Syndigo Announces Strategic Partnership with Predica to Deliver Expanded Portfolio of Cloud-based Data Analytics Services
The companies will leverage their combined competencies to deliver advanced data solutions for enterprises around the world.
Syndigo, a leading SaaS Master Data Management (MDM) and Product Information Management (PIM) solution provider that cooperates with multiple Fortune 500 companies, announced a strategic partnership with Predica Group, a global Azure Cloud services provider. The partnership will benefit the company’s mutual clients, who will gain the opportunity to use Predica’s cloud expertise to implement Syndigo’s innovative cloud-based PIM and MDM solutions.
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“We are excited to partner with Syndigo. Through this cooperation we will expand our portfolio of cloud-based data analytics services to further support enterprises in their digital journeys,” said Andrzej Lipka, CEO of Predica Group. “At Predica, we believe that data-driven decisions are the key contributors to business growth. We look forward to the opportunity to work more closely with Syndigo on helping organizations to gain more tangible value from their data.”
Predica’s Data & AI expertise extends across building highly scalable, cloud-based data warehousing solutions; implementing intelligent applications using Machine Learning techniques, and creating new analytical layers within organizations using Power BI. MDM and PIM solutions provided by Syndigo will enhance Predica’s offerings such as Modern Enterprise Data Warehouse.
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“We are quite pleased to partner with Predica, as we share both common client goals and cloud-native platforms,” said Christophe Marcant, SVP, Product Strategy and Alliances. “Our client-centric approach toward solving difficult data challenges is aligned with Predica’s focus on creating technology solutions that let their clients focus on larger goals.”
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