NEWARK, Del.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Quantum Leap Innovations®, pioneers of Pattern Based Analytics™ (PBA) today announced the release of Quantum Leap Buzz Consumer Edition, providing users with never before seen Twitterverse analytics (what real people are thinking). Quantum Leap Buzz is the first-ever PBA tool used to instantly filter and distil trending Twitter topics, delivering valuable intelligence and insights from the Twitterverse.
Released on Jan. 18 as a BETA version, a one-year license of Quantum Leap Buzz Consumer Edition can be downloaded free at www.QuantumLeapBuzz.com. The company plans to release Quantum Leap Buzz Business Edition in April with a subscription price of $495.
“Quantum Leap Buzz is a disruptive innovation,” said Joseph Budner Elad, founder and CEO of Quantum Leap Innovations. “An incredible amount of time and money has been spent by individuals and companies trying to better understand what people are thinking and feeling. Quantum Leap Buzz mines trending Twitter patterns to provide unprecedented analysis of public sentiment in real-time, free of charge, and far more effectively than products that cost thousands of dollars. That’s why I call it ‘disruptive.’”
Among its many uses, Quantum Leap Innovations envisions Quantum Leap Buzz as a tool for tracking news bias and inaccuracy–comparing the news media’s angle and coverage of a particular story with public sentiment analysis gathered by Quantum Leap Buzz. For example, how does news coverage of the world’s reaction to Iran oil sanctions compare with actual public sentiment gathered from the Twitterverse? Analysis for such topics is available to every “Internet-connected” person who downloads this freely available technology. Examples of Quantum Leap Buzz analysis can be found in tweets posted by @quantumleapbuzz.
“It’s extremely powerful for an individual to understand whether a news outlet is reporting what the public actually thinks about a topic, or if they are suggesting a public sentiment that is not in line with reality,” said Elad. “Quantum Leap Buzz provides the necessary data to draw a clear conclusion.”
Recently, Quantum Leap Innovations announced a partnership with The Economic Times, the third-largest financial daily newspaper in the world. Using Quantum Leap Innovations’ PBA technology, The Economic Times provides readers with daily insight on trending Twitter topics in the newspaper’s print edition.
As with all Quantum Leap Innovations products, Quantum Leap Buzz runs on users’ desktops rather than living in the cloud, thus maintaining maximum user privacy and security.
In creating this product, Quantum Leap Innovations applied technology developed through past contracts with the U.S. Government that examined geo-political, world health and military trends.
Quantum Leap Buzz Business Edition will feature Geo-Location, a function that maps tweets by geographic areas and tracks the pathway of a tweet as it spreads from its origin. This feature will make it possible to instantly identify influencers and trend drivers. The business edition will also include Tweet Topology and Sentiment Analysis.
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.