Triad Partners with sqrrl on Big Data Services
Government agencies and private sector companies alike are looking to harness data and transform it into knowledge, enhancing their ability to accomplish a variety of mission-critical tasks. Triad Technology Partners, a company specializing in Cloud Solutions, is set to address the need for enhanced analytics capabilities for the Public Sector.
To this end, the company signed a partnership deal with sqrrl, a big data company headquartered in Cambridge, MA.
Ely Kahn, chief operating officer at sqrrl, believes the combination of sqrrl’s market-leading Big Data analytics platform with the industry expertise of Triad Technology Partners can create an opportunity for public sector customers to adapt to more data-driven solutions.
Increased focus on big data analytics within both public and private sector organizations has driven significant demand for solutions that combine security, ease of use, and enhanced analytics capabilities. sqrrl addresses the unique data security challenges found in heavily regulated public sector environments, while still providing the flexibility and scalability needed by any customer.
"Our partnership with sqrrl, a clear leader in big data technology, will be a differentiator in the public sector market as customers continue to evolve toward e-government delivery models with a need for enhanced analytics capabilities," Tim Hohman, chief executive officer of Triad Technology Partners, said in a statement.
"We have seen a significant increase in the demand for truly secure analytics that can meet the flexibility and scalability needs of our customers and are thrilled to enhance our technology portfolio with the additional solutions offered by sqrrl,” Hohman added.
sqrrl is uniquely positioned to address customers' needs with their enhanced version of the open source software Apache Accumulo. sqrrl's product, sqrrl analytics, enables users to unlock the power of big data with its fine-grained security controls, massive scalability and advanced analytic capabilities powered by Apache Accumulo.
Recently, the U.S. General Services Administration selected Triad Technology Partners to implement its Enterprise IT Management platform through the cloud-based ServiceNow IT Service Management Software-as-a-Service solution.
Edited by Braden Becker