Dewey Data Inc. has selected Revelate to power its data marketplace aimed at democratizing access to academic data and enabling researchers to solve the problems of the future.
Revelate, a technology leader in facilitating data monetization, announced that Dewey Data Inc. has selected its platform to power its newly launched data marketplace for research data. Dewey launched this online marketplace to transform the academic industry. The effort that researchers and universities previously spent to search, find, negotiate, and license data can now be used to analyze valuable insights that impact our society and the future world.
Revelate’s platform ended up being a no-brainer. It allowed us to have the marketplace up and running in a matter of weeks rather than the months or even years that it would have otherwise taken us. The out-of-the-box simplicity of the platform helped us reduce enormous costs on technical resources.
“We looked at many options for our online marketplace, including building it ourselves,” says Dewey CEO, Evan Barry, “Revelate’s platform ended up being a no-brainer. It allowed us to have the marketplace up and running in a matter of weeks rather than the months or even years that it would have otherwise taken us. The out-of-the-box simplicity of the platform helped us reduce enormous costs on technical resources.”
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Dewey discovered that many data providers want to support research but have struggled to build the resources or platform required to reach this audience at scale. Many data providers now see Dewey as an opportunity to outsource their academic efforts, grow their brand, and contribute to innovative research.
“We feel proud about this partnership because it’s in line with our company values and how we feel data should be used, ” says Tori McCunn, Senior Account Executive at Revelate. She continues, “Part of Revelate’s mission to revolutionize the world of data monetization also entails making the process fully transparent. The problem many data consumers face is that they don’t have the visibility they need into meaningful data, which inhibits progress in industries like academia where data is invaluable in defining our future.”
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