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Screen shot of Bottlenose Nerve Center

Bottlenose aims to automate data science tasks

Its Nerve Center 3 product targets the mid-range of the market

TD Bank, L-R: Crisp, Reid, Fu, Oliveros, Gillies, Modir and Paul

TD Bank

This 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree uses a data management tool to give its business users on-demand access to data. 

CPL Online team [2016]

CPL Online

Big data transforms this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree, an e-learning business, doubling staff productivity. 

Duke Energy and Tendril employees

Duke Energy

Personalized energy usage reports help customers of this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree cut energy consumption and save money.

GE Healthcare employees

GE Healthcare

A migration to a new transaction processing engine improves performance for this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree.

Takeda Pharmaceuticals employees [2016]

Takeda Pharmaceuticals

Patients struggling to get oncology drugs get an assist from data analytics, thanks to this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree. 

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Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

This 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree created an Intelligent Transportation System to keep roads safe in extreme weather. 

A.W. Chesterton

Data-driven business intelligence helps identify hidden sales opportunities at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree. 

Jet Propulsion Laboratory [JPL] employees

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Scientists at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree can now analyze petabytes of space mission data created decades apart. 

Pinterest employees: Nelson Gines, Maggie Laush,  Shira Netter, Maggie Armato, Jordan Skye Paul

Pinterest

An app that predicts customer satisfaction replaces manual triage of support requests at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree.

Life Fitness employees [2016]

Life Fitness

Remote diagnostics developed by this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree keep fitness equipment in shape.

Halton Regional Police Service [HRPS] mobile technology [2015]

Halton Regional Police Service

A data warehouse and BI software make this police department, a 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree, more efficient. 

KPMG team

KPMG

Data mining and analytics speed the client onboarding process at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree.

TriCore building exterior

Rhodes Group/TriCore

This 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree analyzes patients' records to identify those at risk and recommend care. 

Computerworld Data 2016 illustration by Michael Morgenstern [SINGLE USE]

High-powered analytics in the real world

The 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honorees, which include GE Healthcare, Pinterest, TD Bank and the state of Arkansas, are mining data to make fast business decisions, measure risk, create efficiencies and more.

Utah Transit Authority, left to right: Edison Pascascio Sr., Eric Callison, Sarah Lin, Beth Wavrek

Utah Transit Authority

Analytics reporting tools at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree put state transit data into the hands of end users.

Select Cerner Population Health and Big Data executives

Cerner

A data analytics platform enables the early detection of bloodstream infections at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree. 

Qiagen's 80-person e-commerce team [2016]

Qiagen

An analytics database at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree combines multiple data streams and sources to drive revenue.

University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics

University of Iowa Hospitals & Clinics

Predictive analytics paired with real-time data helps lower the rate of surgical infections for this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree. 

State flag of Arkansas

State of Arkansas

Data analytics helps officials at this 2016 Data+ Editors' Choice Awards honoree reward healthcare providers that offer the best quality and prices. 

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