Intersec named a Runner-Up at the Pipeline Innovation Awards
Intersec is proud to announce that it has received a Runner-Up prize. Nominated in the competitive "Innovation Analytics" category, Intersec was recognized for its GeoInsights Solution in the Pipeline Innovation Awards. Each year the Pipeline Innovation Awards recognize the technology companies that are leading the industry. Being a runner-up in this category demonstrates the highest level of innovation at Intersec.
The GeoInsights Solution collects filters, analyses and presents all types of metadata from different types of networks. Relied on its disruptive location platform, the solution processes both historical and real-time data at great speed.
We wish to thank all the Judges for this distinction, for organizing the Pipeline Innovation Awards and the ceremony.
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