London, UK, 26 January 2015: Anomaly42, the Smart Data platform, today announces that it has won the “Tech Innovation of the Year” Award at the 2014 UK Tech Awards. The Tech Innovation of the Year category is intended to recognise companies that have achieved outstanding success in commercialising new technologies.
Anomaly42 is a data-as-a-service platform that automates the collection and connection of every piece of data connected to an organisation, in whatever format and language, from however many sources and siloes. It is distributed by FusionExperience as a Premier Partner, and is an integral part of NovumIP, FusionExperience’s intellectual property (IP) lifecycle application. NovumIP is the first full end-to–end IP lifecycle management application in the cloud.
The UK Tech Awards celebrate success, reward achievement and raises the profile of the UK technology industry. Anomaly42 won the Tech Innovation of the Year award against competition from CSR plc, Intelligent Energy Holdings Ltd, Intercede Group plc, Nanoco Group plc and Seeing Machines Ltd.
Jass Sarai, UK technology leader at PwC and member of the UK Tech Awards 2014 panel, said: “In a very hard fought category the panel felt that Anomaly42’s innovative technology and service, which allows stories to be told from the enormous data we produce, could transform businesses.”
Joan Mill, Head of Sales at FusionExperience, said: “When developing the very best application to deal with the biggest challenges facing the IP world, it was essential we picked the right technology to work with and incorporate into NovumIP. This award gives us further assurance we definitely made the right decision by choosing to partner with Anomaly42.”
Steve Edkins, CEO at FusionExperience, said: “We are delighted that the technology behind our latest IP lifecycle management system, the “smart data” platform, Anomaly42, has been recognised by this prestigious award. As an Anomaly42 Premier Partner we can ensure that the industry makes best use of this innovative new technology.”