UK's Datanomic acquired by Oracle

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Datanomic, a UK tech company, has been acquired by Oracle, according to a small announcement on Oracle’s site. Datanomic provides customer data quality software and related applications for risk and compliance screening and had $6.3m in funding from 3i and DN Capital. The rumours are that DN Capital owned up to 70% of the company. Terms were undisclosed.

Datanomic’s dn:Director, an application for data screening, and dn:Dashboard, a Web application that delivers configurable data quality metrics in graphical form. These amount to solutions for operational and strategic insight for automotive, central government, engineering, financial services – basically you name it.

The company was founded in 2001 and is based in Cambridge, UK with additional offices in New York, New York.