As the first partner to offer Kognitio’s DaaS solutions, 2e2 will offer its customers the option of using DaaS to implement their data analytics solutions. This will be done by using the scalable architecture that is already in place to offer an on-demand service.
The service provider is offering staged implementation at either 2e2 facilities or the customer’s own site.
An organisation can load their data into the DaaS environment and analyse it in less than 48 hours. Cost savings can be realised through the analysis of pricing, customer development or CRM, for example.
Ciaran Cosgrave, managed services director at 2e2 UK, said: “Kognitio’s DaaS solution hosted by 2e2 fits perfectly into the SaaS marketplace that 2e2 is already embracing.
“This allows our partnership to deliver incredibly powerful analytical solutions without any of the upfront capital outlay usually associated with such deployments”
Working with Kognitio, 2e2 is offering a staged implementation process. Potential users are guided through the proof of concept, proof of value and into full service provision.
Roger Llewellyn, chief executive and president at Kognitio, said: “Within the outsourcing market, DaaS is gaining traction as the preferred deployment model for powerful data analytics and warehousing.
“Existing DaaS customers such as BT, Kelkoo and Scottish Power confirm that performance over comparative analytical workloads often demonstrates a greater than forty-fold improvement compared to their previous solutions. We are excited to work with 2e2 to ensure that other organisations can benefit from on-demand data warehousing.”
Kognitio and 2e2 are also running a one-day introductory free course, on the first Wednesday of every month. The course will demonstrate the development process and benefits. It will also compare performance gains made by existing customers via live customer presentations.
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