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5 Industries Machine Learning is Disrupting

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We talk about artificial intelligence (AI), robots, and machine learning as if they’re coming soon, or are just some tech pipe dream. They’re not. They’re here today. In fact, a special report from Bank of America, Merrill Lynch predicts the global market for AI and robots will be just under $153 billion by 2020, and […]

Bubbly

Bubbly uses Import.io to generate leads & uncover competitive trends

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Import.io is essential to Bubbly’s growth strategy. Bubbly creates pure joy, wonder and happiness with soap bubbles through entertainment, products and STEM education. Using Import.io helps make sales more predictable, by providing a generous pool of prospects ready to pour into the funnel and flatten out demand fluctuations. This means Bubbly can more carefully control […]

PwC

PwC Strategy& uses Import.io to improve data analysis

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PwC Strategy& is a global team of practical strategists committed to helping enterprises achieve essential advantages. Their foresight and knowledge of numerous industries as varied as high tech, finance, and consumer products is grounded in identification of key issues that clients face as well as firsthand experience gained from serving clients throughout their nearly 100-year […]

Run the Call

Run the Call saves $1,000’s and reduces risk by using Import.io web data extraction

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Import.io helps Run the Call streamline their vetting process to continually keep their attorney database current and accurate Run the Call provides legal professionals a platform of on-demand services to extend their practice, including a pool of licensed attorneys to cover court calls for routine matters. A trip to the courthouse for a short hearing […]

Import.io provides core market data for Classic & Sports Finance

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Classic & Sports Finance is the UK’s premier funder of classic cars and race cars. They are known across the industry for offering excellent service and sound advice to both buyers and dealers as well as providing market data and analysis and commentary to the media. Classic & Sports Finance uses Import.io to collect auction […]

big data blogs

The Top 20 Big Data Blogs and Influencers to Follow

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According to research conducted by Gartner, “Big data investments continue to rise but are showing signs of contracting.” The company’s most recent survey found that “48 percent of companies have invested in big data in 2016, up 3 percent from 2015. However, those who plan to invest in big data within the next two years […]

Import.io allows Resource/Ammirati to extract complex data from Amazon

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Resource/Ammirati, a digitally led creative agency, is part of IBM Interactive Experience (IBM iX), the world’s largest digital agency network. Resource/Ammirati needs to extract complex data in order to help marketers including Birchbox, DSW, Microsoft, Nestlé, Newell Rubbermaid, North American Breweries, Sherwin-Williams, White Castle and Victoria’s Secret build brand belonging, cultivate customer relationships, fuel social […]

Unmudlr uses Import.io to consolidate data from multiple websites

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Unmudlr removes the complexity of selecting your next phone by asking you a series of questions and provides a list of phones that match your requirements. The intuitive interface allows you to define your budget, whether you want a touch screen or clamshell device. It also looks at must-have versus nice-to-have features like, data, camera, Bluetooth, […]

Advanced Scheduling

New advanced features from Import.io!

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Extract data behind a login, advanced scheduling options, public APIs and new flexible pricing options   Import.io continues to set the standard for data extraction by adding multiple new capabilities that are immediately available. Authenticated extraction allows Import.io customers to extract data that is only available after logging into a website. You provide the appropriate […]

ClearMetal uses Import.io to create predictive logistics for the shipping industry

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ClearMetal is a Predictive Logistics company using data science to unlock unprecedented efficiencies for global trade. They are using Import.io to mine all container and shipping information in the world then feed predictions back to companies that run terminals. We caught up with Kyle Henderson, Director of Product Management at ClearMetal for a quick interview. How are […]

The Hackett Group

The Hackett Group uses Import.io for IoT data analytics

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The Hackett Group (NASDAQ: HCKT) is an intellectual property-based strategic consultancy and leading enterprise benchmarking and best practices implementation firm to global companies. The Hackett Group uses Import.io in their Best Practice Intelligence Center™ which includes the firm’s benchmarking metrics, Hackett Best Practices™ repository, and best practice configuration guides and process flows, enabling The Hackett […]

Creatingweb.es builds platform using Import.io to extract web data

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Creatingweb.es provides more than just web design. They are your web design and online marketing partner that believes in innovation, creativity and strategy. Their client, drestip.com, provides an online shopping experience like no other. Online shopping is largely informed by social media influencers, bloggers or the like who curate outfits or look guides for consumers […]

Survey on Tablet uses Import.io to monitor customer feedback

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Survey on Tablet provides an all-in-one and ready-to-use solution to allow hotels and other consumer facing businesses to monitor and control customer feedback in near realtime. Tablets are deployed strategically throughout the facility. In a hotel, you may find a tablet in the room, at reception, the gym and possibly the restaurant, for customers to […]

Airbnb’s Impact on San Francisco – How we helped the SF Chronicle get the data behind this news story

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Everyone who lives in a busy metropolis like San Francisco has had to deal with rising house prices and decreasing availability. Business insider reported that the median price for a 1-bedroom in San Fran was $3,100/month – officially making it more expensive than New York.

But did you know that rental services like Airbnb, Homeaway and Flipkey could be partly to blame? In a recent article, the San Francisco Chronicle analysed the latest data from these sites to determine just how bad these services are for the real estate market.