Cygron Releases DataScope Upgrade

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Cygron, Las Vegas, recently announced the release of DataScope 4.0, an upgrade to its visual data mining and decision support data. By adding prediction, knowledge discovery and automation features to the advanced data visualization and decision support capabilities of version 3.0, this new version offers a fully integrated data analysis solution that addresses all phases of the data mining process.


This new version is expected to ship before year's end and will be composed of the following modules: Explorer, Predictor, Scheduler and Datamap.


It can be used as a stand-alone product or integrated into any third-party application. Applications for the new release include customer relationship management, customer profiling, predicting customer churn, supply-chain analysis, assessment of loan applicants, fraud detection and scoring of decision alternatives.


Target customers for DataScope 4.0 include banking, financial services, insurance, telecommunications and retail. Corporate and third-party developers can create custom applications that bolt onto the DataScope 4.0 engine and use its data visualization and mining capabilities.


For more information, call 65/425-2280.
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