REDWOOD CITY, California
February 7, 2022
DataWalk, provider of the industry’s most advanced intelligence analysis software platform, announced that the company’s software has been selected by two groups within the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) as their new platform for data analysis and investigations.
Two groups within USDA’s Animal Health and Inspection Service (APHIS) have selected DataWalk. The first is Smuggling Interdiction and Trade Compliance (SITC), which is responsible for detecting and preventing the unlawful entry and distribution of prohibited and/or non-compliant products that may harbor exotic plant and animal pests, disease or invasive species. The second is the Lacey Act Program, which combats illegal trafficking of timber, plants, and plant products.
“We’re very excited to be working with USDA,” said Gabe Gotthard, CEO of DataWalk. “Being selected by multiple organizations within USDA once again reflects that DataWalk is a great fit across a broad range of investigative use cases with U.S. Federal Government agencies.”
DataWalk is an Enterprise-class software platform for data analysis, which enables organizations to generate better intelligence analysis products and accelerate investigations. DataWalk enables data-intensive organizations to blend all desired data from various internal and external sources into a unified view, such that they can instantly search, visualize, and collaboratively analyze all of their data through a comprehensive set of simple visual tools. DataWalk is utilized by Enterprises and government agencies on three continents and is applicable to use cases such as intelligence analysis, anti-money laundering, anti-fraud, pandemic management, and others. To learn more visit datawalk.com.