Framingham, MA – October 9, 2009 – The Kenosia
Corporation 2009 DataAlchemy
Demand Analytics Conference has come to an end and throughout
the conference, one thing was apparent – the company
is making significant investments into the future despite the
downward economy. Kenosia Corporation, a leader in demand analytics
software, revealed a number of surprises on Wednesday and Thursday – the
first of which is a new name and image for the company – alqemyiQ.
The announcements made at the conference included:
Kenosia didn’t simply change the name. alqemyiQ is
taking its evolution seriously. While DataAlchemy and Kenosia
have led the industry in demand analytics for years, the new
brand and products will lead the consumer goods industry into
the future. alqemyiQ has become a Process Software company
and with that has gained strength and stability in this volatile
time. Process Software is a trusted brand that has delivered
reliable networking and security solutions to mission-critical
businesses for over 25 years. The company’s longevity and
experience provides a solid foundation for alqemyiQ’s
growth and cutting edge technology.
- RELEASE OF DATAALCHEMY 6.2
The company launched a new version of its flagship product,
DataAlchemy. DataAlchemy 6.2 has a simple and intuitive interface
for importing any tabular-style data file into DataAlchemy.
This intelligent tool makes automatic suggestions and "learns" as
you use it, reducing analyst workload.
In addition to the brand launch and release of the new version
of DataAlchemy, CEO of Kenosia ,
Ron Bienvenu, gave conference participants prerelease copies
of his new book, The Fourth
Shock . The book is currently available through
FourthShock.com and Amazon.com.
If the company hasn’t done enough in two short days,
an announcement was made regarding the formation of an independent
body which will define and promote the implementation of
industry standards for classifying consumer goods data. The
recognition of standards in the CPG industry for data classification
and formatting will promote efficiencies in the demand and
alqemyiQ is far from
done making exciting announcements as the company’s CEO
continues to focus on their investment in innovative technology
thereby creating a strong leadership position for alqemyiQ.
The investments in product research, new software development,
marketing, consumer education and industry feedback are essential
to achieve the growth this company has set its sights on. Though
making significant investments in a growth strategy may seem
strange in this economic climate, alqemyiQ is
taking advantage of a slow period in the economy to create a
stronger company after the economy has rebounded.
Registration is currently closed; however, anyone who missed
the conference is invited to visit www.kenosia.com or
the alqemyiQ Web site
which will launch on November 1 st, 2009. Here visitors can learn
more about the new vision for alqemyiQ and
view highlights from the conference. The conference is currently
taking place at the Intercontinental Hotel in New Orleans, Louisiana.
alqemyiQ , a Process Software Company, is
DataAlchemy evolved. alqemyiQ is leading the
consumer goods industry with enterprise solutions designed to
empower manufacturers, retailers and sales agents to analyze
and profit from critical information. The company's flagship
product, DataAlchemy 6.2 is a user-friendly desktop application
that automates the data analytics process by providing a single
platform for disparate data sources. Its dynamic PowerPoint and
Excel charts make it easy to provide actionable and timely insights
that are critical to the business decision process. DataAlchemy
has been helping category managers in the consumer goods industry
make better business decisions for over ten years. By introducing
a new enterprise pricing model, the company will continue to
provide affordable solutions to businesses for years to come.
The newest solution in the alqemyiQ product
line, Enterprise 7.0, will be released in Spring of 2010. For
additional information, visit: www.alqemyiqcorp.com.