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Space-Time Research WINS at the 2009 Consensus Software Awards

Sunday, 03 May 2009
Space-Time Research WINS at the 2009 Consensus Software Awards

Melbourne, Australia, May 4th, 2009 – Space-Time Research, is proud to announce its win at the 2009 Consensus Software Awards.

The Consensus Software Awards exist to reward excellence in Australian and New Zealand software design and to grow and strengthen software development in Australasia. Consensus awards are judged by a panel of over 50 independent judges based upon the three main criteria of Innovation, Performance, and Potential.

The 2009 Awards were announced on 22nd April and presented by Senator Kate Lundy, Labour Senator for the ACT at a Gala Dinner in Sydney. The Awards identify the most innovative software in Australia and New Zealand and are endorsed and supported by Austrade, NZ Trade & Enterprise, Australian Computer Society and New Zealand Computer Society.

Michael Graf, IBM Regional Manager, ISV & Developer Relations, Australia and New Zealand, announced Space-Time Research as a 2009 Consensus Software Award winner for their SuperSTAR suite of products.

SuperSTAR products help organizations source data from various data sources, channel information into a high-speed database, confidentialize and protect the data, and provide tabulation, analysis, visualization and mapping tools for various user personas.

SuperSTAR is EASIER to use, leverages a high performance columnar architecture to ensure FASTER response times and SAFER results area achieved by incorporating confidentiality routines for privacy protection while allowing information to be shared with a broader community.

About Space-Time Research Pty. Ltd.
Space-Time Research provides analytics and visualization for organizations that deliver data and data services to their users and customers.

SuperSTAR web-based applications provide high speed self-service analytics and visualization of extremely large amounts of valuable and confidential information to internal and outside user communities.

The SuperSTAR platform addresses the demand for access to microdata and unit records with assured privacy protection and confidentiality.

Users from highly technical to casual can analyse, visualize, and publish information from entire large datasets and make effective, informed decisions.

Customers include the most advanced National Statistics Organizations including the Australian Bureau of Statistics, US Bureau of Census, Swedish Census Bureau, Statistics Austria, and the South Africa Census Bureau.

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