Dynamic access to changing data for agile and efficient organizations

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Introduction

Use Cases

  • Integrate multiple structured databases into one coherent model
  • Discover links in unstructured data to improve operational insight
  • Turn masses of unstructured data into searchable structured information
The Dynizer

Dynamic Semantic Index

The Dynizer removes the barriers between diverse structured databases, quickly and comprehensively reveals the full content of any unstructured sources, and automatically connects structured and unstructured data in one evolving model.
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The Dynizer

Dynamic Access Architecture

By recognizing any data as one of four simple semantic categories – Who, What, Where, or When - the Dynizer gives you fast, optimized access to any kind of data, any way you choose.
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The Dynizer

Innovative Technology

In doing so, the Dynizer simplifies your data infrastructure, bridges the gap between data, applications, and the insight you’re looking for, then brings you answers to all of your Who, What, Where, and When questions based on the data itself.
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How To Tune Your Data

Data Harmonization in the Key of C

Consono CEO Michael Brands says you can make data more agile by recognizing it as one of four types: Who, What, Where, or When. That drives efficiency in any information-driven process. The context of data becomes obvious. The way it is connected makes the meaning complete. Everything becomes controllable. That, Brands argues, is Data Harmonization.
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