Boxever takes on the big data analytics giants
Irish start-up Boxever is going toe to toe with IBM and Oracle
The story of data analytics company Boxever is testimony that a small company with big data can take on the giants.
Established in 2011, Boxever tracks travel consumers’ buying habits using data science and predictive analysis to bring airlines closer to their customers.
Chief executive and co-founder Dave O’Flanagan said Boxever sees the world differently to its competitors, which include tech behemoths IBM and Oracle.
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