SANTA BARBARA, Calif., June 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- HG Data Company, a startup transforming the business intelligence industry, has commercially released the industry's most comprehensive database of enterprise technology users.
The new "HG Data 400" master file monitors which particular technologies are in use at more than 500,000 geographic sites in the U.S.
"Using innovative Big Data methodologies to mine billions of records from the open Web, the HG Data 400 reports on 400 critical technologies in use by enterprises of all types and sizes," said CEO and Founder Craig Harris in announcing release of the company's first major product.
From A to Z -- Adobe to Zenoss -- the HG Data 400 offers marketers, sales executives and researchers a key resource to reach highly granular segments of technology users. It captures technology deployments, executive contact details, and includes standardized company information such as number of employees, revenue, and SIC codes.
The resulting master file includes more than 10 million full contact records, and many millions of reports on exactly which site and which organization is using which model and brand of technology offered by which vendor.
ABOUT HG DATA
HG Data is a business intelligence service used by leading technology companies for marketing and sales leads as well as research and investment. HG Data produces a detailed census of specific technologies utilized at an enterprise's geographic sites. The company's unique data science approach scours the open Web, combining unstructured data with archived offline sources, resulting in detailed profiling of the enterprise technology marketplace. HG Data was founded in 2010 by the team that built and profitably sold data-company NOZA to Blackbaud, Inc. The HG Data website is at www.hgdata.com.
Tim Baskerville, HG Data Co.
Craig Harris, HG Data Co.
SOURCE HG Data Company