Composable Analytics is an enterprise-grade analytics ecosystem built for business users that want to architect data intelligence solutions that leverage disparate data sources, live feeds, and event data regardless of the format or structure of the data.
With a modern, intuitive dataflow visual designer, built-in services to facilitate data engineering, and a composable architecture that enables abstraction and integration of any software or analytical approach, Composable Analytics is the leading integrated development environment to discover, manage, transform and analyze enterprise data.
What our clients say
“Composable’s self service model automatically disseminates my data, and lets me focus on developing new analytics.”
“Composable Analytics automated a 6 month data ingestion process in 6 minutes.”
Harness the Power of Big Data
Transform your Industry in the Era of High Volume, High Velocity, and High Variety Data
Who We Are?
We are an MIT advanced data analytics spin-off company focused on utilizing modern, intuitive event-driven workflows for the analysis of big data. A strong MIT culture remains across our innovative team of Software Developers and Data Scientists.
Our team is made up of a unique combination of:
- Engineers with expertise in building and maintaining large-scale, distributed, web-based platforms, utilizing cutting-edge technologies
- Data Scientists that are skilled at pattern recognition, predictive analysis, data mining and expert system concepts
- Front-end UIUX Developers that are passionate about creating well-architected user interfaces and transforming raw data into clear, accessible and interactive data visualizations
Composable Analytics exhibited at the 2016 MIT Research and Development Conference on November 16 – 17.
Composable Analytics exhibited at the 2016 MIT Digital Health Conference on Sept 7 – 8. CEO Andy Vidan presented a lightning talk showcasing Composable’s visual analytics system and it’s capability to help fuel transformations in digital health.
Composable receives MIT press coverage – see article for more information.