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The 10 Coolest Big Data Startups Of 2014 (So Far)

Big data has continued to be big bucks in 2014. Here are 10 of the coolest big data startups of the year.

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SumAll

CEO: Dane Atkinson

There's no denying that the dawn of social media has flipped traditional marketing on its head. And SumAll, a New York-based big data startup, has built a business around helping organizations make the most out of their social marketing efforts.

SumAll offers an online analytics platform that lets users visualize data from 42 (and counting) social media and e-commerce sites, including Facebook, Twitter, eBay and Instagram, in one intuitive, interactive chart. The company rolled out several stand-out new features this year, including an alert system for Twitter that pings users when they get, for instance, a certain number of retweets or mentions (good or bad).

Also cool about SumAll is the fact that it allocated 10 percent of its ownership to a non-profit, SumAll.org, which aims to use data analytics for "social good."

 
 
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