Attivio CTO Sid Probstein to "Make Sense of Big Data" at the Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit in London, 6th December

By Attivio Inc., PRNE
Thursday, December 1, 2011

NEWTON, Massachusetts, December 2, 2011 -

- Probstein also presenting at Attivio-hosted Executive Breakfast Forum, 7th December

Attivio, Inc. announced its participation on a panel for financial firms interested in deeper insight from their structured data and unstructured content to seize opportunities and solve business challenges.  The roundtable discussion at Bloomberg’s Enterprise Technology Summit will offer an opportunity to hear best practices relating to big data, in particular, framing a new approach to critical issues and strategic initiatives using unified information access. 

Bloomberg Enterprise Technology Summit, 6th December, 2011

Who: Sid Probstein, CTO of Attivio, the industry leader in unified information access.

What: A round-table session entitled “Making Sense of Big Data” that will examine the implications, opportunities and challenges for corporations and consumers as a result of the dramatic increase in data. Probstein will relate how united information access (UIA) can be used to access and analyze big data in a way that is easy to use, affordable and rapidly quantifiable. The panel will be interviewed by Simon Thiel, Editor and Deputy Team Leader, European Technology, Media & Telecommunications, Bloomberg News.

When: 10:10 a.m.

Where: Altitude 360, Milbank Tower, 21-24 Milbank, London, England.

Why: For companies interested in managing the rapid influx and pervasiveness of big data, this session will offer prescriptive guidance to help cope with exponentially growing information, including leveraging their data into useful insight.

Attivio Executive Breakfast Forum - Big Data and Unified Information Access, December 7, 2011

The following day, Mr. Probstein will present at an Attivio-hosted executive breakfast forum, where he will discuss real-world examples of how a single integrated view of multiple repositories is driving meaningful business impact for customers, including:

  • Helping analysts at a major investment firm improve results by identifying new market correlations and lucrative investment opportunities
  • Reducing a global company’s average IT incident resolution time by 67 percent
  • Boosting online partner referral revenues by nearly 60 percent at a major semi-conductor company
  • Powering a global manufacturer’s Intranet with hundreds of millions of documents, terabytes of data and access for more than 400,000 staff and partners

Presented in partnership with Search Technologies, 08:30 - 11:00, Glazier’s Hall, 9 Montague Close, London Bridge, SE1 9DD

To register for this complimentary event, please click here.

For further information or to arrange an interview with Mr. Probstein, please contact HB Agency at  To learn more about Attivio, please visit:

About Attivio

On-demand insight is critical to the success of any business, but the information that decisions and processes depend on is created and stored in many formats - databases, spreadsheets, documents, emails, blogs and more. Attivio solves this long-standing problem of information isolation by integrating search, business intelligence and process automation capabilities to provide answers and intelligence - not just data. With Attivio’s Active Intelligence Engine™ (AIE), users retrieve and analyze all types of content and data with simple, search-style queries and via reports and executive dashboards.

AIE’s dynamic approach to unified information access (UIA) features rapid development, true incremental scalability and a small footprint that can be easily embedded in other products and applications. Business and IT leaders, system integrators and independent software vendors partner with Attivio to address today’s global business imperatives - uncovering insights that drive innovation and reveal new opportunities, mitigating risk and containing cost. Please visit for more information.

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