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Mon, January, 2016 | Simon Moss

Looking back at a great year.. looking forward to more.

Looking back at the year and choosing our favorite post of the last year. Loads have happened at Pneuron in 2015. Another great year with clients and partners, financial growth, technology breakthroughs, patents and great new teammates. Not without its bumps of course – would be dull if we didn’t have challenges. Plus you’re not…

Fri, December, 2015 | Simon Moss

Heterogeneous analytics, and making sandwiches

As with any entrepreneurial endeavor, as with any innovation, you’re gonna get orthodoxy and vested interests of the status quo too fearful or greedy to embrace a new way of thinking. But more and more business frustration is challenging firms to try something new, something unique. This challenge though is not just technical. It is organizationally and culturally…

Tue, October, 2015 | Simon Moss

Proof of value, market evolution and the future becomes increasingly clear

One thing about an invention is that inertia and orthodoxy pushes back. Vested interests that make large amounts of money in the traditional ways, no matter how ineffective they are will try to undermine innovation. That’s what makes working at Pneuron so exciting – we can take on challenges, make commitments and solve problems considered…

Wed, June, 2015 | Simon Moss

Innovation in the new technology market …ying and yang

It is fascinating to see the high tech engine that is the West Coast. The almost magical combination of Venture Capitalists, Entrepreneurs, and Marketers has produced countless household names in addition to a nontrivial number of up and coming companies who may lack the name recognition but sport very impressive valuations. Silicon Valley has long…

Mon, June, 2015 | Simon Moss

Agile Design: New frosting for an old cake?

“Agility” is a growing focus within modern enterprise solution design and deployments. If effectively focused, deployed and managed it offers great opportunity. If simply used to repackage or rebrand the way the enterprise has addressed project and deployment approaches of the past, its promise will not be realized. By definition, “agility or agile design” is…

Tue, April, 2015 | Simon Moss

Gartner: Pneuron is a Big Data “Cool Vendor”.

Another exciting milestone for the Pneuron team – this time being recognized by Gartner as one of its Cool Vendors of 2015. Most interestingly in the category of “Big Data”. Doug Laney, Gartner VP Research, Analytics, Info Innovation & Big Data provided a solid, objective and clear acknowledgement of the power of our innovations and…

Wed, November, 2014 | Simon Moss

A “Trillion” Dollar Backlog

A few years back a fascinating number came out of Gartner. They predicted that within the Enterprise market there would be a trillion dollar (that’s $1,000,000,000,000) backlog of IT projects by 2015 In other words business projects, regulatory reports, business innovations, client service improvements, risk and compliance transparency, upgrades and maintenance and any number…

Mon, October, 2014 | Simon Moss

Organizational Agility, Data Quality, Competitive Velocity – “Easier said than done”

Agility, Quality and Velocity – the three legs of effective business decision making. And three legs way over used and poorly defined. Alas they are often seen as either contradictory or at least requiring significant compromise when it comes to making critical decisions about how best to manage “Enterprise Data”. How that data is accessed,…

Wed, August, 2014 | Simon Moss

IBMs “neuron” chip. Another move to “edge” computing.

The big news from Big Blue is a new chip that acts like neurons within a brain: A lot of comments came our way, since its both a big validation of what we are doing and some of the terminology was interesting. So I thought we’d respond. Thanks for all the questions and comparisons.…

Mon, July, 2014 | Simon Moss

Business Requirements to Successful Deployment: Bowling a 300

The complexities of the process from requirements gathering to deployment of an effective solution reminds us of traversing a minefield, a journey fraught with hidden dangers, guesswork and reliance purely on the hope of making it to the other side. In the case of systems projects, the multitude of failure points in this journey often…

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