"We're thrilled to have been selected to be a key partner of Zegami," said Blue Crystal Solutions managing director Vito Rinaldi (pictured top, right).
"In any meeting we're in, as soon as we start running a demo of Zegami's capabilities our clients' face's light up. Zegami is making databases a little bit sexy!"
Zegami's technology means tens of thousands of images, movies or even 3D objects can be sorted, filtered, searched and grouped in real time.
The initial development was carried out by Conway's Adelaide-based consulting firm Coritsu and Oxford University.
The sales and implementation team for the product will be based in Adelaide.
Zegami is said to be able combine millions of pieces of information together from multiple data sources into a simple and intuitive user interface. It can also be used in conjunction with machine learning and image-based analysis.
Its image-based search, image tagging capability, map views and dynamic BI capabilities across such large locally-hosted data sets unique among enterprise software, according to the company.
"Whether in business, research or in our personal lives we generate thousands of images every day and every image has its associated data, there can be no doubt that storage has become cheaper and more efficient over time but how do we find them again, let alone generate any meaningful information from it. Zegami turns this concept on its head," said Zegami CEO Samuel Conway (pictured top, left).
"Data to decision is the new catch cry amongst companies and researchers today; throw in "Big Data" and we need to re-evaluate just how we do this analysis to find what we are looking for. Zegami is enabling technology that is leading to new discoveries and observations in large image data sets."