Analytics Engines provide the business backbone for data analytics and management with the world’s most flexible, scalable data platform. Analytics Engines enables organisations to easily and quickly adopt Big Data analytics as a core part of their business and accelerate conversion of data into valuable business insights.
Founded in 2008 from the world leading ECIT Institute at Queens University Belfast, Analytics Engines is a global leader in high performance Big Data & Analytics. They develop powerful, scalable, click-to-deploy open source analytics platforms that can be optimally tuned to specific data, software tools and business needs. Headquartered in Belfast, Northern Ireland they work internationally across North America and Europe with a customer base from multinationals to niche specialists.
Partner in the following EIT Food projects
The food that consumers buy and eat is influenced by a complex interaction of cognitive, sensory, economic, and health factors that lead to gaps between their intentions and behaviour
Food Fortress for raw materials and ingredients in Europe – Gaining Consumer trust through transparency
This project aims at gaining consumer trust through improving the transparency of the supply chain using rapid-reactive and proactive risk management using a combination of technologies such as predictive analytics and multi-analytical tests
Understand how food goes from farm to fork: explore food security, supply chains, food production and agriculture
Food Fortress for raw materials and ingredients in Europe – Gaining Consumer trust through transparency of the supply chain
This projects aims at gaining consumer trust through improving the transparency of the supply chain using rapid-reactive and proactive risk management using a combination of technologies such as block chain, predictive analytics and multi-analytical tests
Global food supply chains are increasingly encountering considerable problems impacting on safety and sustainability affecting the food industry and reducing consumer trust