Data Blending Software to unlock your data’s potential
The Problem: Your data exists in diverse formats and is stored in multiple locations. Many things need to be done before the data becomes useful, such as merging, sorting, and transforming… you get the idea.
The Answer: Rapid Insight® Veera™ eliminates the complexity of working with your data with an easy to use visual interface. Create a repeatable process without the need for complex programming.
Integrate data from disparate sources and formats
Effortlessly bring together data from multiple sources, including spreadsheets, databases, text files and cloud sources.
Integrate, aggregate and transform your data for predictive modeling and analysis
Whether you want to generate a weekly report, perform a complex ad hoc analysis, or create an analytic dataset, Veera makes the process extremely efficient. Use your data to answer questions as quickly as you can ask them.
Facilitate data-driven decisions
By enabling you to create a visual process that maps your data from input to output, Veera ensures you can easily explain the results of your analysis. The result is that you can make decisions with confidence.
Veera offers a simple solution for working with data from any sources, including Excel, Access, SQL Server, Oracle, Hadoop, MySQL, Oracle, SAS, SPSS, HP Vertica, SalesForce, Teradata, Aster, and text files.
Veera’s user friendly, drag and drop interface for building analytic processes enables users of all abilities to quickly produce reports, perform ad hoc analysis, and create analytic datasets. This innovative technology empowers users of all levels to take control of their data and unlock its potential.
Veera is being used by hundreds of organizations for data blending, reporting, and preparing datasets for predictive modeling. Institutions utilizing Veera include the University of Michigan, Optima Health, a service of Sentara, Yale University, University of North Carolina-Greensboro, Michigan State University, The Whitney Museum of American Art, Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center and Brown University.