Roambi Expands Core Business to Specialized Publishers of Biz Intel

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Roambi ESX publications can be layered with text, high-res images, data visualizations—and even video. Instead of hosting the Roambi visualization software on its own servers, though, Mellmo plans to license its technology so market research firms and other customers can load the software onto their own enterprise servers for external customers—hence Roambi ESX.

These licensees, in turn, would be able to provide a wide variety of information—from syndicated research and market analyses to interactive marketing brochures, consumer behavior reports, investor reports, and corporate responsibility reports to their own target audiences.

While Alsbury anticipates the technology will appeal mostly to companies and other institutional customers, he says, “our vision is that it could be used for almost anything where you need to take large amounts of numerical data and turn it into an interactive visual display” for mobile devices.

“It’s their data,” Alsbury adds. “With no development expertise whatsoever, it can be turned into a completely interactive app around their data.”

Roambi also is introducing “Pulse,” the company’s tenth and latest data visualization tool for the iPad. Pulse enables users to compare key performance metrics of companies in an animated dashboard for iOS devices that displays the historical performance of key metrics within interactive tiles. Alsbury says Mellmo also has allied with Good Technology, the Sunnyvale, CA, provider of mobile security technology, to develop a high-security version of Roambi. Good Technology’s mobile device management has been particularly popular among Wall Street financial types, Alsbury says.

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