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Digital Reasoning

June 28, 2011 09:00 ET

Digital Reasoning Introduces Select Partner Program for Big Data Analytics

Simplifies Large Scale Text Analytics Architecture for Customers

ARLINGTON, VA and NASHVILLE, TN--(Marketwire - Jun 28, 2011) - Digital Reasoning, the leader in unstructured data analytics at scale, today announced its new Select Partner Program for technology partners. The program has been created to support the growing ecosystem of leading technology vendors building the next generation of analytic solutions for Big Data.

"We strongly believe that working with best-in-class partners is the ideal way to help customers solve their Big Data analytic challenges," said Tim Estes, CEO of Digital Reasoning. "We are excited about our first partners and look forward to announcing many more in the coming months."

Initial members of the Select Partner Program include Cloudera, DataStax, and Fetch Technologies. Additional partners will continue to fill important, complementary roles in an emerging ecosystem that allows customers to collect, process, store and visualize large amounts of data.

"We're thrilled to partner with Digital Reasoning," said Robert Landes, CEO of Fetch Technologies. "I feel strongly that combining Fetch's strength in scalable web data collection with Synthesys will deliver compelling insight and solutions for web content and social media understanding."

For more information on Digital Reasoning's Select Partner Program please visit

About Digital Reasoning™
Digital Reasoning ( solves the problem of information overload by providing the tools people need to understand relationships between entities in vast amounts of unstructured and structured data.

Digital Reasoning builds data analytic solutions based on a distinctive mathematical approach to understanding natural language. The value of Digital Reasoning is not only the ability to leverage an organization's existing knowledge base, but also to reveal critical hidden information and relationships that may not have been apparent during manual or other automated analytic efforts. Synthesys is a registered trademark of Digital Reasoning Systems, Inc.

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