Tamr Inc.


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    • Tamr Inc
    • http://www.tamr.com/
    • 51-200 Employees

For Data Officers and Business Counterparts in the Global 2000 whose previous analytic investments are proving inadequate, Tamr delivers the clean, unified data critical for optimizing key decisions.

Tamr’s unique machine-driven plus human-guided solution automates the mastering and organizing of a company’s enterprise-wide data (suppliers, customers, products, transactions …) that enables previously unattainable cost and revenue analytics.

Business leaders know the analytics they need and their teams have great analytical tools. But they’re forced to compromise on getting data “good enough” – which often leaves them with analytics supplied by only one or few data sources.

The reality is that every global company has hundreds or thousands of highly siloed systems and the rich and valuable data sources can’t be used because the means to do so simply aren’t there. The next level of insight will come from the unsexy and hard work of systematically making new data sources analytics-ready.

For these business leaders, Tamr is an Enterprise Data Prep Engine for integrating many new data sets. Tamr’s machine-driven, expert-guided approach to mastering empowers teams to take advantage of enterprise-wide data, rather than relying on siloed metrics, to make better decisions and see the bigger picture. The end result is a critical muscle of making data usable and more effective and agile teams.

Headquartered: Cambridge, MA
Date Founded: 2012

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Executive Interviews (1)

Interviewee Name: Eliot Knudson

Company Role: Tamr

Interview Summary: Procurement isn’t usually seen as a “sexy” aspect of a business’s operations. Procurement personnel are responsible for sourcing suppliers or vendors, determining criterion of success, negotiating deal terms, and tracking results and deliverables – all of which could be considered “under appreciated” work. This week, Tamr’s Eliot Knudsen walks us through the ways that AI is making it’s way into the procurement process, and what it means for the future of this job function.

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