Incorta’s No-Data-Warehouse Technology To Help Servicenow Users Quickly, Easily Integrate And Analyze Data From Multiple, Disparate Business Systems Including Oracle, Salesforce, Workday, And Netsuite
Incorta, the real-time analytics platform that makes the traditional data warehouse obsolete, announced it has partnered with global cloud advisory and implementation services company Alcor to provide advanced analytics solutions to enterprises using ServiceNow and other leading software solutions and platforms.
ServiceNow helps thousands of large organizations around the world efficiently, effectively manage help desk and customer service operations that utilize functions spread across multiple business applications. By layering Incorta’s enterprise analytics technology on top of ServiceNow, customers will be able to quickly and easily analyze ServiceNow data that’s “mashed up” — or integrated — with data originating from any other business system, including popular applications such as Oracle E-Business Suite, Salesforce, Workday, and Netsuite. By integrating and analyzing data from these types of applications, companies can better understand previously unattainable insights based on a cross-platform data set.
“We’re always on the lookout to integrate with complementary technologies that make interactions between IT and users as seamless as possible,” said Osama Elkady, chief executive officer (CEO) and co-founder of Incorta. “Alcor has cultivated an immense understanding of what ServiceNow customers need to succeed while building an impressive experience on integrating ServiceNow with other leading software platforms, at process and data levels. We’re excited to officially partner with Alcor and to bring Incorta’s innovative analytics technology to a wider audience around the world.”
“Upon meeting Incorta at a joint ServiceNow customer — one of the top 10 private universities in the U.S. — we quickly realized the synergies between our organizations and the undeniable value a joint offering could deliver to other customers using ServiceNow along with other popular applications,” said Amit Singh, CEO and Principal at Alcor. “Every user can benefit from easy access to data stored across multiple business systems, but, until now, that access was anything but easy. Incorta’s innovative approach removes all the common data access barriers users previously faced. With Incorta, the sky’s the limit as far as the questions business users can ask and get answered.”
Incorta’s enterprise analytics technology will let ServiceNow customers make faster, better-informed decisions that improve business results. With Incorta’s Direct Data Mapping™ engine, analysts will no longer struggle to manually analyze business data and will be freed from using analytical tools that slow to a crawl when faced with billions of rows of data.