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HEAD OFFICE

59-61 Regent Street
Cambridge CB2 1AB
United Kingdom

LANGUAGES OFFERED

English

category

CATEGORIES

Big Data, Data visualization

INDUSTRIES

Financial Services, Public sector and governments, Social media / marketing, Technology

SIZE OF CUSTOMERS

Small

 
Founders:
 
Year founded:February, 2011
Investors:
 
#Employees:1-10 employees
Awards won:Everline Future 50, PwC Private Business of the Year (Shortlist), Global Gamechangers, International Business of the Year, Graphie Award
 

Overview

Cambridge Intelligence is a data visualization company that is part of the Cambridge hi-tech cluster. They develop visualization software, which helps organisations find patterns within data and connected the dots. Their first product is called KeyLines, which is a software development kit for building network visualization applications. Cambridge Intelligence consists of an international team of network visualization specialists with backgrounds in the security sector.

KeyLines helps organisations understand the networks that are present within the data. This helps organisations find patterns and discover new insights in the data, which normally remain hidden. It is a toolkit that can be integrated in web applications. How the data is stored does not matter, KeyLines is a Javascript toolkit that developers can use to create interactive applications that provides insights in the data. The visualizations work in any browser and any device, on any database and includes full security.

Users get access to a sophisticated library containing a growing collection of features and functionality that enables them to add custom network visualization into applications quickly, easily and in a cost-effective way. KeyLines is not an application itself but a toolkit for developers to build custom visualization applications.

KeyLines targets companies that need to understand connections and patters in the data, which is especially relevant for banks and insurance companies (to combat fraud and decrease risks), the military  (for mapping terrorist networks), law enforcement agencies (understanding criminal organisations), pharmaceuticals (to improve drug discovery) or IT security (to understand dependencies in IT infrastructure).

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