Connotate, Inc., the leading web data extraction platform provider for the information services industry and data-centric businesses, today announced availability of their new Connotate Cloud offering. With Connotate Cloud, businesses can leverage the full power of Connotate web extraction and monitoring technology in the cloud, through easy to purchase packages.
With its patented visual approach to web data extraction, the Connotate platform is the choice of world-class enterprises and information businesses. Its combination of point-and-click agent creation, broad site coverage, and high resiliency provide Connotate customers an easier way to add new web data sources, manage them cost-effectively, and extract the precise data they need.
With Connotate Cloud, users get all the benefits of the Connotate platform and a cloud based service. Businesses avoid the capital hardware investment and internal resources required to manage the hardware and software infrastructure. Customers focus their resources where it provides the most impact, identifying and creating new web data flows to fuel their decision-making and business processes.
Connotate, the leading web data extraction and data monitoring provider for the information services industry and data-centric businesses, automates the acquisition of content from the world’s 1 billion+ websites. A 2015 Gartner Cool Vendor for Information Innovation, Connotate’s web data extractor platform features massive scalability, high resiliency, industry-leading change detection, resulting in an average 55% lower content acquisition cost compared to traditional approaches. Connotate’s extensive post-extraction capabilities, including normalization, transformation, and integration, allows information-driven businesses to simplify their content extraction workflow and operations. Headquartered in New Brunswick New Jersey, the web data extraction technology from Connotate has an installed base of leading information service providers, financial research, retail and government agencies including Thomson Reuters, the McGraw-Hill Companies, Factset, and the Associated Press, among others.