Portland, OR, April 23, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Thetus Corporation today announced it will integrate IBM Analyst’s Notebook with Savanna, the Thetus browser-based analysis environment. The integration of the two products combines Savanna’s dynamic concept modeling tools with Analyst’s Notebook’s data analysis capabilities, all packaged within an enterprise-level knowledge-sharing environment.
The integrated solution will enable analysts to:
• Build Charts in Analyst’s Notebook and upload to Savanna in their original file format, with all information indexed in Savanna for quick search and discovery.
• Search all entities within a Chart through Savanna’s Search tool with keyword searches that pull indexed mentions from within a Chart.
• View Charts and incorporate discoveries into Savanna’s narrative analysis framework, building a story around knowledge gathered in Analyst’s Notebook.
Savanna leverages Analyst’s Notebook findings within an enterprise-level environment that offers new means of collaboration, storytelling visualization, and analysis.
“By adding integrated support for Analyst's Notebook in Savanna, customers are better able to fuse richer information sources together,” said Derek Blum, Senior Director of Products and Services at Thetus Corporation. “Savanna will readily enable analysts to leverage new and existing Analysts' Notebook-based intelligence to achieve greater levels of discovery and insight.”
For more information, please visit www.thetus.com.
About Thetus Corporation
Thetus makes open, standards-based enterprise software that helps people model and analyze complex, real-world situations. Our flagship product, Savanna, is a multi-source, anticipatory analysis solution, enabling the full spectrum of analysts to discover, analyze and synthesize information. Savanna allows analysts to easily and intuitively transform data into knowledge, accelerating analysis and improving the decision-making process. Our software is at work in enterprise, local government agencies and the national Intelligence Community.