If you’re like tens of millions of individuals, you’ve already adopted a disruptive approach to improve your personal shopping experiences. Subscription services, such as Amazon, enable consumers to sign into a secure environment. Then individual preferences customize that environment.
Upon sign in, customers access a published catalog of products from a variety of manufacturers. Users can filter, review, personalize, purchase, and ship these products with a few clicks of a mouse.
What if the same concept was applied to support consumers of data?
Healthcare organizations would have the capacity to: securely analyze datasets from a variety of sources; enter into innovative contracting arrangements with payers; optimize operational workflows; enhance patient and provider experience, or facilitate due diligence activities during mergers and acquisitions.
Researchers would have the means of assembling dossiers from a variety of sources, and analyzing the unified datasets in a secure environment, to advance new products and services.
Auditors would be able to automate the process of securely gathering information in the office and field, and their subsequent analysis and publishing of findings for targeted audiences.
Organizations would have the ability to leverage an abstraction layer that unifies data from a variety of legacy environments, to support dashboards, standard queries, and ad-hoc analyses.
Facilitate analytic, discovery, and reporting activities by allowing users to embed their choice of industry standard visualization and analytic tools within their personalized Virtual Desktop Interface.
Transform your organization’s data into a competitive differentiator by providing a low-risk approach to abstracting the complexities of legacy data management and integration.
Ensure sustained results with contemporary technologies and a highly-scalable architecture that adapts to your evolving needs.
The Mosaic Grid module provides clients with a high-performance framework that supports:
As data becomes more complex and diverse, the Grid’s Analytic Mart serves as a target for curated data that is analytically ready for authorized end-users to work with on a self-service basis.
Designed to move massive amounts of data with uncompromised speed, precision, and security, Mosaic Grid provides clients with a best-in-class framework that extends the value of their distributed data sources, as end-points to a contemporary, enterprise data orchestration platform.
The Mosaic Lab module provides authorized users with a secure, portal-based platform through which they can explore, provision, and work with data independently. The Lab features a Control Console that enables subscribers to:
Mosaic Lab also features a personalized Virtual Desktop Interface and Database, from which users can analyze data – whether extracted from the Grid or uploaded from an external server – using their choice of industry standards tools such as Tableau or SAS. The dashboards, reports, and findings generated can be securely stored in the Lab’s Personal Database for future viewing by the user or authorized group members with subscription privileges.
CMA is prepared to support you in the Google cloud, with vetted solutions and experienced professionals.
Shaping Intelligence, New Data Formats, and Scale for the Future
An excellent contribution to GovTech from Brian Dougherty, CMA, and Josh Goldenhar, Excelero.
CMA’s Brian Dougherty will join Excelero and Mellanox Technologies for a webinar on Sept. 26, 9 AM PST, Noon EST.
Mosaic DART is data transport optimization, designed to save time and money, and efficiently accelerate your work with Big Data.
DART is Data At Rapid Transport. Curious about how it works? It’s now easier than ever to try it for yourself.
Speed Up Delivery, Reduce Risk, and Deliver a Great User Experience: At the recent Medicaid Innovations Forum in Orlando, Florida, CMA’s Brian Dougherty (Chief Technology Officer) and Joe Chiarella (Medicaid Practice Lead) gave a presentation on technology accelerators used for Medicaid innovation.
CMA, a Gold level member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), will exhibit at Oracle OpenWorld 2016, September 18-22 in San Francisco.
Did you miss CMA’s introduction of DART at Oracle OpenWorld 2016? You can take a look at our presentation here.
DART (Data at Rapid Transport, Patent Pending), is data transport optimization, designed to save time and money, and efficiently accelerate your work with Big Data.
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