Hugin Expert enters SPSS’ Clementine Plus Partner Program, which means that you will be able to access and use Hugin advanced decision support technology through SPSS’ enterprise-strength data mining workbench, Clementine.
Hugin Expert enters SPSS’ Clementine Plus Partner Program, which means that you will be able to access and use Hugin advanced decision support technology through SPSS’ enterprise-strength data mining workbench, Clementine. Currently, we are working together with SPSS’ Advanced Data Mining Group to complete the integration between Hugin decision support technology and SPSS’s Clementine environment. Hugin Expert will be attending the Clementine user conference “Data Mining 2001” Conference 1st – 2nd October, London, UK (www.spss.com/clementine/clug) where we will be happy to present Hugin’s advanced decision support technology used in the Clementine environment.
About Hugin Expert Inc.
Hugin Expert Inc., based in Aalborg, Denmark, is a world leader in developing software for advanced decision support systems based on Bayesian Network technology. We offer a strong partnership through our “Hugin Technology Partner Program” for development of intelligent products and services. The main software product, the HUGIN development environment, is an advanced tool that is used when developing systems for decision support, medical diagnostics, troubleshooting, risk analysis, safety assessment, forecast etc. Today Hugin Expert Inc. services over 350 clients worldwide, including Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Siemens, Philips, Intel, NATO, NASA, Lockheed, Price Waterhouse, USB, Citibank, VW, Rolls Royce, DaimlerChrysler and Motorola.
About SPSS Inc.
SPSS Inc. enables organizations to develop more profitable customer relationships by providing analytical solutions that discover what customers want and predict what they will do. The company delivers analytical solutions at the intersection of customer relationship management and business intelligence. SPSS analytical solutions integrate and analyze market, customer and operational data in key vertical markets worldwide including: telecommunications, health care, banking, finance, insurance, manufacturing, retail, consumer packaged goods, market research and the public sector.
Headquartered in Chicago, SPSS has more than 40 offices, over 900 employees and 1999 revenues of $142 million. The company also has won the following awards: No. 77 on Forbes 2000 list of the “200 best small companies” and as the 22nd most profitable company on the Nasdaq exchange by Equities magazine; 1999 World Class Solution award in business intelligence and named “best decision support system for business intelligence” in the 1999 RealWare award competition; No. 12 on the 2000 DM Review 100; placed No. 16 on the 2000 Soft·letter 100, a ranking of the top 100 personal computer software companies in the United States; and No. 115 in the 2000 Software 500, a ranking of the world’s largest software vendors by Software Magazine; listed on Working Mother magazine’s 100 Best Companies for Working Mothers for 2000.