Introducing the Dynamic Data Warehouse from Infoworks that is light years ahead of the competition


"Startup Infoworks, exiting from stealth mode, debuted its Infoworks Dynamic Data Warehousing platform, a system that allows businesses to support all types of business analytics on a single Hadoop cluster." Read More

Infoworks, a pioneering company in automated big data management, announced today that it has secured $5 million in Series A financing in a round led by Nexus Venture Partners, with participation by Knoll Ventures and others... Read More

Sep 29, 2015

Infoworks announced today, the launch of its Dynamic Data Warehousing (DDW) platform and a complete solution to data warehouse augmentation... Read More

Sep 29, 2015
Automatically crawls enterprise databases
Automatically ingests the data into Hadoop and keeps it continuously synchronized
Organizes the data into flexible, high performance data warehouses, cubes and other data models to support a multitude of enterprise use-cases
Supports high performance, concurrent and interactive access for users


Large number of use cases
Huge volumes of data
New types of data sources
New types of analytics
Enterprises today are challenged by the rapidly growing number of analytics use cases and the increasing volume and variety of data. Existing methodologies and systems are proving to be too slow, inflexible, and expensive to meet these emerging needs. Through automation and flexible data organization, the DDW platform addresses these challenges and dramatically reduces the time to analytics insights for new use cases, while also reducing the need for specialized expertise.
The Infoworks Dynamic Data Warehouse is the only platform that addresses all these challenges


Automatically prepare, organize and manage all data
Continuous incremental synchronization with existing data warehouses and databases
Provide high-performance interactive data access to users
Manage data retention and security centrally
Modernize and augment analytics infrastructure rapidly with minimal skilled resources