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JamLabs to Launch Online Data Selling Platform

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Toronto-based JamLabs Data Science, a full-stack data science solution and advanced analytics provider, is launching jShop, a cloud-based product management platform that will enable companies to monetise their valued data by creating online white-labelled stores.

jShop’s adapters will allow customers to quickly load and publish their data catalog from major platforms like AWS, Snowflake, and Databricks, reducing onboarding time from weeks to days, according to the company. Clients will be able to create licenses that charge according to gigabyte accessed, or based on slices selected by customers.

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