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Comrise To Present An Overview About 'Big Data' At Two Upcoming IT Events

Comrise, a global consulting firm specializing in Managed IT, Big Data, and Workforce Solutions, will be presenting an overview about "Big Data" and LexisNexis Risk Solutions© "Big Data" platform HPCC Systems at two upcoming IT events in Pennsylvania

HAZLET, N.J., May 6, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Comrise, a global consulting firm specializing in Managed IT, Big Data, and Workforce Solutions, will be presenting an overview about "Big Data" and LexisNexis Risk Solutions© "Big Data" platform HPCC Systems at two upcoming IT events in Pennsylvania.

The first of two events will take place on May 15th in Allentown, Pennsylvania and will be sponsored by the Association of Information Technology Professionals. The second event will be a Data Analytics and Business Intelligence Meetup being held on May 28th in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania.

The speakers for the event will be Matt Matulewicz, Senior Architect at Comrise, and Paul Banks, Senior Business Development Executive at Comrise. Both speakers will provide an in-depth overview about the "Big Data," as well as sample use cases, and a "Manpower Resource Comparison" amongst various "Big Data" solutions currently available in the market.

"To simply put it, everyone is curious about 'Big Data.' Thus, we are all very excited about the opportunity for our team to present at two upcoming IT events, and to be able to help key decision makers across various industry vertical become further educated about 'Big Data,' and understand how it applies to their respective business objectives, as well as the potential challenges that can be faced," says Rob Bigini, VP, Business Development & Big Data.

For more details about the specific time and location of the event(s), please e-mail [email protected].

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