There is much talk about “Big Data” and the power it can provide. But with Big Data can come Big Prices associated with the cost and complexity of wrangling all that information.
According to TaDaweb — a company displaying this week at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2013 — the data many businesses are trying to analyze is simple and the results being searched for are known. It’s Small Data. Therefore it may not require the organizing of so much data to get the insights required.
With that in mind, the best way I can think of describing how TaDaweb’s service works is to think of it as mashup creator that lets non-technical business personnel target public data feeds from which they want to extract very specific, but constantly changing data. There is a graphical interface to accomplish this, meaning that technical knowledge is not needed to make the mashups. “It’s kind of…
View original post 181 more words