|Industry|| Information technology |
|Headquarters||Newton, Massachusetts, USA|
|Key people|| Stephen Baker (CEO)|
Greg Goldsmith (CPO)
|Investors|| General Electric Pension Trust |
Oak Investment Partners
Tenth Avenue Holdings
Per-Olof Soderberg 
|Products||Active Intelligence Engine|
|Number of employees||200|
|Related Certifications||Certificate in Data Science Industry Overview|
Attivio Inc., is a privately owned startup data analytics company which provides software to its customers that helps them work with the right data. Attivio's Active Intelligence Engine (AIE), provides a software platform which offers enterprise search, business intelligence, data warehousing, process automation, and business analytics to enrich user experience by giving the business a complete information package. AIE integrates structured and unstructured content in a single index so that it can be searched, analyzed and interpreted easily.
Attivio's AIE finds applications in many areas like customer experience management, enterprise performance management, IT incident management, SharePoint integration, Social brand management, and risk management. It serves industries like banking, insurance, manufacturing, life sciences, energy, healthcare, and retail. The Company provides a range of services to help VARs and system integrators grow revenues as well as align their go-to market strategies with the Active Intelligence Engine (AIE) platform.
- 2007 - Attivio was founded
- 2009 - Attivio sponsored the dinner of SearchDev.org which is a technical and business discussion forum for people evaluating, selecting, and implementing enterprise search applications
- 2012 - Attivio teams up with Tableau software  and TIBCO spotfire 
- 2013 - Attivio raised $8 million in growth funding from GE pension trust 
- 2014 - Attivio is listed in Top 100 Analytics startup
- 2015 - Gartner named Attivio as a Leader in their 2015 Magic quadrant report for Enterprise search & Named a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Big Data Search and Knowledge Discovery Solutions, Q3 2015
Attivo was named to the prestigious Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) 100, honoring the most important companies in the data space.
- 2016 - Attivio is named a Leader in Big Data Text Analytics Platforms by Independent Research Firm
1. New Partnerships and Plum Awards
2. Breakthrough Patent for Big Data Sentiment Analysis
3.Prestigious Pink Elephant Innovation of the Year Award 
4. Listed KMWorld Magazine's 100 Companies 
5.Attivio named Database Trends and Applications to its Prestigious Top 100 List 
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1.Attivio Survey Exposes Disconnect Between Big Data Excitement and Organizations’ Ability to Execute - Attivio, announced the findings of a recently commissioned survey of Big Data leaders, which revealed a strong confidence that corporate Big Data strategies are headed in the right direction (94 percent). 
2.Attivio Named A Leader in Big Data Text Analytics Platforms by Independent Research Firm- Attivio, the Data Dexterity Company, announced that Forrester Research has named Attivio a leader in its report, The Forrester Wave™: Big Data Text Analytics Platforms, Q2 2016.
3.Attivio raises $31 million to help companies make sense of big data-Attivio, a Newton, Massachusetts-based startup that promises to “accelerate data discovery,” announced that it closed a $31 million financing round.The investment, the startup said, will help the company to meet investors’ expectation of turning profitable “later this year.”
4.Attivio Releases Data Source Discovery for Tableau - -Attivio, the Data Dexterity Company, announced the release of Attivio Data Source Discovery for Tableau, a self-service solution designed to radically reduce – from months to minutes - the time typically required to provision the right data for analysis in Tableau.
5.Attivio Upgrade Looks to Speed Data Integration-Attivio, Newton, Mass., which bills itself as a self-service data discovery acceleration vendor, rolled out the last version of its software platform to reduce business intelligence and big data projects from months and weeks to minutes.