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Saama Technologies , Inc.
900 E Hamilton Avenue Suite 120
Saama Technologies is one of the largest pure-play business analytics solution and services company in the industry. Based in Campbell, CA, Saama has over 15 years of history in implementing business analytics, big data, predictive analytics and data mana...
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Big Data Quickens the Life Sciences Enterprise | GEN Magazine Articles | GEN
According to Sagar Anisingaraju, chief strategy officer, Saama, the first and most crucial step in addressing data challenges is a sound strategy to integrate disparate data sources into a single repository, a data lake, to aggregate, manage, clean, and stage data for consumption.
This foundational element is essential for enabling predictive, real-time, and prescriptive analytics.
also stated that the ability to effectively capture and manage data at all stages of the value chain-discovery, clinical trials, regulatory approval, marketing, anddistribution-is essential for companies to derive maximum value.
"An estimated 75 percent of big ...
"An estimated 75 percent of big data investments are underperforming, either because they lack the ability to address specific business needs, or they defensively focus on accommodating exploding data volumes," said Sagar Anisingaraju, Saama's Chief Strategy Officer.
An estimated 75% of Big Data ...
An estimated 75% of Big Data investments are underperforming, either because they lack the ability to address specific business needs, or they defensively focus on accommodating exploding data volumes," said Sagar Anisingaraju, Chief Strategy Officer at Saama Technologies.
Leadership Team | Saama Technologies
Chief Strategy Officer
Sagar Anisingaraju creates strategic initiatives that lead Saama into emerging business areas with competitive differentiation.
time spent with customers to understand their business problems specifically related to Big Data and to help them create data-products to solve them.
is also instrumental in creating an internal culture of innovation and thought-leadership that embraces the need to rapidly change in the midst of the ever-expanding digital universe that we live in.
is the Chief Strategy Officer of The Year - 2013 award winner presented by Innovation Enterprise.
brings to Saama
both depth and breadth of experience in the software services industry-his career spans PS, engineering, IT, marketing and sales.
His recent work includes product innovation and vertical applications for the CIO office to manage the business value of IT and social GRC solutions for risk & compliance officers.
Sagar came to Saama through the acquisition of InfoSTEP, where he served as CEO for 11 years.
Earlier, he was instrumental in helping MIC Electronics Ltd., the parent company of InfoSTEP, launch a successful IPO in India in 2007.
Prior to that he worked at CMC Ltd. as International Manager.
Sagar has an M.S. from the Indian Institute of Technology in Kanpur, and a B.S. in Engineering from Andhra University in Visakhapatnam, India.
is a featured industry speaker and frequent industry association contributor.
He has served on the boards of ISACA SV Chapter as Vice President and as Director.
From Analytics Magazine, By ...
From Analytics Magazine, By Sagar Anisingaraju and Mo Kaushal
The healthcare industry in the United States is going through a major transformation and is becoming much more consumer friendly.
Sagar Anisingaraju is the chief strategy officer at Saama Technologies, a big data solutions and services company headquartered in the Silicon Valley.
A recipient of the Chief Strategy Officer of the Year award from Innovation Enterprise, Anisingaraju
founded and ran InfoSTEP Inc.
for 11 years as CEO until its acquisition by Saama
Mo Kaushal is a partner at Aberdare Ventures
, a venture capital firm based in San Francisco and focused on innovative healthcare technology start-ups.
Previously, he was the director of Connected Health with the Federal Communications Commission, where he established the agency's first dedicated healthcare team.
During his time in the Obama administration, he was also a member of the White House IT task force, a cross-agency team focused on implementing the technology aspects of the Affordable Care Act.
He is also a consulting associate professor at Stanford University.