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Prelert Named a 2014 Emerging Vendor by CRN

Prelert, the anomaly detection company, today announced that it has been recognized as one of the year’s hottest emerging technology vendors by CRN, the top news source for solution providers and the IT channel. The publication’s annual emerging vendors list identifies rising technology vendors that have introduced innovative new products, creating opportunities for channel partners in North America to create high-margin, cutting-edge solutions for their customers.

With the sheer amount of data available today, it’s humanly impossible to analyze data using traditional methods. Prelert’s Anomaly Detective software leverages automated behavioral analytics that make it easy for users to uncover real-time insights into the operational opportunities and risks hidden in massive data sets. By using unsupervised machine learning technology, Anomaly Detective enables non-data scientists to derive value from their organization’s big data within minutes.

Prelert recently announced its new open application programming interface (API) engine, to give developers the ability to integrate its machine learning technology into their applications, broadening the range in which Prelert’s technology can be applied. This easy integration allows users to get more value out of the tools they’ve already invested in.

“Solution providers are always on the hunt for the next big technology trend so that they can bring new solutions to their customers before they even know they need them. These vendors are on the forefront of IT innovation and are offering products and services that channel partners can use to stay ahead of the competition,” said Robert Faletra, CEO of The Channel Company, publisher of CRN. “We congratulate 2014’s emerging vendors for creating the next wave of technology that will drive the IT industry forward and for opening the door to new, unique solutions from the IT channel.”

“It’s an honor to be recognized by CRN as an emerging disruptive technology,” said David Kress, VP of Sales for Prelert. “Prelert is committed to the democratization of big data, making our machine-learning technology easy to use and accessible, driving compelling, previously unimaginable use cases in IT Security, WebOps and DevOps. With recent upgrades to our solution, such as our developer-friendly open API, Prelert is gaining significant traction with enterprise customers and channel partners alike.”

Companies included in CRN’s 2014 emerging vendors list were founded in 2008 or later and are actively working with channel partners in North America. The list, along with information about each vendor, will be published in CRN’s August 2014 issue and will also be available online at www.crn.com.

About The Channel Company

The Channel Company is the channel community's trusted authority for growth and innovation, with established brands including CRN, XChange Events, IPED, and SharedVue. For more than three decades, we have leveraged our proven and leading-edge platforms to deliver prescriptive sales and marketing solutions for the technology channel. The Channel Company provides Communication, Recruitment, Engagement, Enablement, Demand Generation and Intelligence services to drive technology partnerships. Learn more at www.thechannelcompany.com.

About Prelert

Prelert is the anomaly detection company. Its automated behavioral analytics make it easy for users and developers to uncover real-time insights into the operational opportunities and risks hidden in massive data sets. By using unsupervised machine learning technology, Prelert enables non-data scientists to go beyond the limits of search to quickly derive value from their organization’s data. To learn more, please visit www.prelert.com or follow @Prelert.

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