Platform is the First to Bring SQL, Python and R Together in One Solution
Periscope Data, the world’s first software platform built to address the complete analytics lifecycle, will showcase its latest innovations focused on helping data teams drive measurable results for their businesses at Gartner’s Data & Analytics Summit 2018 in Grapevine, Texas, from March 5 to 8, 2018.
Earlier this month, Periscope Data introduced new features enabling data professionals to work with Python, R and SQL together all on a single platform. With this new functionality, data teams are able to complete far more analysis in less time by transforming data in SQL, performing complex statistical analyses in Python or R, then visualizing, collaborating and reporting on the results — all without leaving Periscope Data. Live demos of Periscope Data’s Python and R functionality will be on display at the Summit.
For data teams looking to ingest, store, analyze, visualize and report on data, Periscope’s Unified Data Platform provides a single source of truth throughout the data lifecycle, from data ingestion to analysis and reporting. With Periscope’s industry-leading analytics product and a secure, managed data warehouse, data teams can unify their data sources and streamline their analytics workflow while maintaining complete control.
At the summit, Periscope Data will be located at booth #529, with experts ready to discuss how to empower your team to go deeper with data.
Periscope Data builds software that turns data teams into superheroes. Its Unified Data Platform is the industry’s first to address the complete analytics lifecycle, allowing data teams to ingest, store, analyze, visualize and report on data all from one connected platform. This empowers them to collaborate and drive faster insight while allowing businesses to foster a data-driven culture around a single source of truth. Periscope Data serves 975+ customers globally, including Adobe, Crunchbase, EY, Flexport, New Relic, Supercell, Tinder and ZipRecruiter.
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