Who we are
DataWalk is a high-tech company focused on the development and sale of enterprise-class IT products in the link-based analytics area. DataWalk is a complete, integrated, and open platform for link analytics that is offered as a commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) product and does not require building the final solution from various components. The DataWalk system enables customers to combine diverse data from different and unrelated sources, both internal and external, which may have been created and stored in different formats. DataWalk is utilized by Enterprises and government agencies and is applicable to use cases such as anti-money laundering, anti-fraud, intelligence analysis, and infectious disease analysis.
Krystian Piecko, CTO and co-founder
The market size of the global link analysis segment (DataWalk’s target market niche) is estimated to be US$ 5 – 10 billion per year. Palantir and IBM i2 are the main competitors of DataWalk in the link analysis domain. Palantir is many times more expensive, albeit of comparable ability to handle huge data sets. DataWalk beats IBM i2 in agility, ease-of-deployment, ease-of-use, and cost.
In the last eight months, DataWalk has won eight new deals with key government agencies around the world. This includes three US Federal government customers (Department of Justice, Department of Defense, and Department of Homeland Security), a top-15 North American municipal police department, a national police agency, intelligence agencies, and others.
"After signing contracts with the Northern Virginia Gang Task Force and the Liberty Mid Atlantic High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas Program, covering Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware, last year, the Polish data mining firm Datawalk continues to make inroads into the US marketplace. The outfit, which attended the Industry Day organised by the Mitre Corporation, a long time R&D partner of the Pentagon, on October 8, has recently been selected as a primary provider of data mining services to the Department of Justice (DoJ). In partnership with the distributor Research Innovations, the firm is among 15 companies, including giants SAP and Accenture, that have been selected by the DoJ to provide data analytics and analysis solutions under the terms of a 5-year blanket purchase agreement totalling up to $500 million." (www.intelligenceonline.com)
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