NEWARK, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Quantum Leap Innovations, developer of the world’s most advanced social media analytics product--Quantum Leap Buzz, announced today that it is entering into a strategic partnership with The Economic Times. The Economic Times will use Quantum Leap Buzz to create TwitterMeter™, a tool which will provide daily intelligence to their readers covering the top trending themes on Twitter. The TwitterMeter will be featured daily on the back page of The Economic Times. The Economic Times is the world’s third largest daily financial newspaper.
“We are pleased to be partnering with one of the most widely read newspapers in the world,” said Joseph Budner Elad, CEO, Quantum Leap Innovations. “TwitterMeter will allow readers to not only read news, but digest data and trends, thus helping them make decisions that impact their businesses, personal lives and even entertainment choices. We have worked hard to innovate Pattern Based Analytics and are pleased that The Economic Times is using Quantum Leap Buzz to provide relevant information to its readers. They are the perfect partner for launching TwitterMeter to the world.”
Quantum Leap Innovations’ social media analytics product, Quantum Leap Buzz, is the first Pattern Based Analytics tool to distill, not just filter, trending social themes from Twitter, and deliver instant and relevant intelligence which identifies and quantifies social insights. The new release of the Quantum Leap Buzz, Consumer Edition, will be available February 29 for $10. It includes a complex morphing graphic that shows computational progress as the Quantum Leap Buzz builds social pattern relationships between tweeters, their tweets and their re-tweeting followers. Displayed after you hit the "Search Now" button, you can pass your mouse over blocks of trending patterns to see centers of influence and identify the resulting social network. This dynamic display is just a taste of the Pattern Based Analytic power to be available in the Quantum Leap Buzz, Business Edition.
Quantum Leap Innovations was founded in 1999. The company developed a suite of Pattern Based Analytics products. Until recently, Pattern Based Analytics technologies were used exclusively in the government defense and intelligence space. For instance, the United States Government used Quantum Leap Innovations Pattern Based Analytics to respond to the 2009 H1N1 flu pandemic.
Quantum Leap and Quantum Leap Innovations are registered trademarks; and Quantum Leap Buzz is a trademark of Quantum Leap Innovations.
About Quantum Leap Innovations
Begun in 1999, Quantum Leap Innovations, Inc. has established itself as a trailblazer in Pattern Based Analytics, creating the Quantum Leap® Pattern Based Analytics suite of products that includes Pattern Based Discovery, Pattern Based Prediction, and Pattern Based Reasoning – all based on transparent, flexible discovery, visualization and analysis of informative patterns in large, complex data environments for strategic forecasting and decision making.
Quantum Leap Innovations has worked extensively in the public and private sectors, including contracts with the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Intelligence Community, CSC, DuPont, Exelon, Ford, IBM, SAIC, Texas Instruments, and Verizon. Quantum Leap Innovations’ sophisticated Pattern Based Analytics products were essential in the U.S. government’s decision to keep the U.S./Mexico border open during the H1N1 pandemic.
Quantum Leap is headquartered in the Delaware Technology Park, which is affiliated with the University of Delaware and is located in Newark, Delaware.