Customer Case Study

MapR Data Lake Solution Cuts New Customer On-boarding Time by 50%

MAG45, based in the Netherlands, is one of the leading industrial integrators in Europe. The integrator provides maintenance and repair services to help customers improve the productivity and efficiency of their production lines. By accessing low volume parts more economically, they can help customers reduce total cost of ownership for their production operations.

RiskIQ Provides More Advanced Security Threat Detection Using the MapR Platform

RiskIQ’s external threat management platform gives customers a unified way to discover, detect, investigate and remediate threats that occur outside a company’s firewall.

Their security management technology inventories and monitors the entire web from the outside in, and can identify events such as someone attempting to impersonate a company’s website, mobile apps or executive social profiles.

HelloFresh Optimizes Global Meal Delivery Service with MapR Platform

HelloFresh, based in Berlin, is a global subscription-based fresh meal delivery business. The company provides subscribers with wholesome meals that require no planning or shopping, and are delivered directly to customers’ homes. They are now serving over 7.4 million meals per month to more than 800,000 subscribers in the UK, Germany, Switzerland, Netherlands, US, Austria, Belgium, and Australia.

Pico Selects MapR as Technology Foundation to Develop Innovative Services

Pico, based in New York, is a financial technology services firm and agency-only broker dealer that provides technology solutions and market structure and regulatory expertise to diverse financial services clients. Pico’s clients include proprietary trading groups, market makers, asset managers, banks, broker dealers, hedge funds, technology vendors, and liquidity venues.

Terbium Labs Relies on MapR Technology to Discover Stolen Data on the Dark Web

Terbium Labs is a security startup offering technology that proactively discovers when information stolen from companies shows up on hidden criminal websites. Terbium’s fingerprinting technology has multiple layers of complexity. “The indexing we do is computationally complex because we store everything as fingerprints. We never store raw information,” explains Moore. Fingerprints do not require access to, storage, or modification of the original data.


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