Namara powers your business with data access, management and integration

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Brendan Stennett, Co-Founder & CTO, ThinkData Works

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Join the latest webcast in our Data Disruptors Series to see how Namara - a data management platform - uses collaboration and role management as fundamental pillars to give businesses greater visibility over structured data across multiple data silos, as well as access to the wider world of public open data. On this webcast you’ll hear from Brendan Stennett, Co-Founder & CTO of Toronto-based ThinkData Works on how the Namara platform: • Provides fine-grained access control to the right people in an organization so they can access the data they need to fuel the products and applications that are driving their business forward • Uses a proprietary data ingestion pipeline to make on-boarding data in a variety of formats a fast and painless experience • Leverages a unique data query engine to make integrating data into apps easy and flexible • Delivers world class query performance, powered by Vertica

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