Flexible widget-based user interface for integrating and connecting data from different sources
fluid Operations (fluidOps), a provider of cloud computing and semantic technologies, and HIGHFLEET, a software product and offerings firm for semantic data integration and ontology-based deductive databases, have signed a strategic agreement to cooperate in the field of information management.
fluidOps said that the collaboration will combine HIGHFLEET ontology-based deductive databases with its open platform for intelligent information management, Information Workbench, customers receive systems that can high-value queries and enable extensive visual exploration.
The company’s Information Workbench provides a flexible widget-based user interface for integrating and connecting data from different sources and uses interaction paradigms to search, visualise and explore interrelationships of data.
HIGHFLEET president and CEO Michael Davis said users will benefit from the capabilities for visual exploration of associated data delivered through Information Workbench.
fluid Operations managing director Eberhart said together with HIGHFLEET’s mature software with performance in its deductive databases and semantic federation offering, users are now able to get the answers they really want and avoid expensive, brittle, heavy weight applications that struggle to get value from traditional information systems.