Saama's Fluid Analytics Engine to Reform the Entire Data and Analytics Landscape

By CIOReview | Thursday, February 11, 2016
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CAMPBELL, CA: Saama Technologies, a provider of Big Data solutions and services is re-defining the Big Data and Analytics arena with their new solution. In their most recent announcement, they are looking forward to turn more heads as their Partner@Speed Program will be now backed by data and analytic giants such as Cisco, Hyosung, Hortonworks, Informatica, Salesforce, and Tableau.

“Saama solves the complex data ingestion, digital enterprise connectivity, data science analysis, discovery, speed, and specific industry domain knowledge issues that can accompany Big Data investments. This is the value we bring to our partners and the Global 2000,” said Joey Beitdashtoo, VP, Global Alliances, Saama.

Saama’s extremely flexible analytics delivery and runtime technology, called Fluid Analytics Engine (FAE) aims at providing both speed and specificity of outcomes. It will be easier to realize the data and analytics initiatives of Global 2000 for ushering transformational business outcomes at a higher speed. This has been facilitated by the integration of FAE accelerators and industry specific consulting services with the world’s big data offerings. Saama focuses mostly towards customers’ specific requirements, paving way for advanced analytics for competitive advantage and this is because 70 percent of their deployments include re-use of components.

Joey adds, “Through the powerful combination of a platform agnostic analytics engine and specialized industry expertise, we have achieved trusted advisor and partner status with leading big data and analytics companies.”

The hybrid acceleration of technologies and services is supported by Partner@Speed Program through working with partners and covering three main principles. The first dictates it being fast and brings about on-the-fly cooperation focused on sub-project timelines. Global reach and flexibility is what rules the basis for partnering, establishing the second principle. The third principle revolves around the program employing vendor neutral partnering approach for the most optimized user outcomes.