Sonata Software announces launch of CoE for Oracle Exalytics
Feb 28, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Sonata Software, an IT consulting and software services provider, has announced the launch of its Center of Excellence, or CoE, for Oracle Exalytics.
Oracle Exalytics In-Memory Machine is specifically designed to deliver high performance data analysis, modeling and planning. The CoE will enable Sonata to offer an extensive range of Business Analytics services to its clients around the globe.
The CoE will offer a comprehensive suite of capabilities that includes - Consulting and Advisory Services, Proof of Concepts (POC) Services, Implementation and Managed Services. By running Business Intelligence (BI) solutions on Oracle Exalytics, Sonata will help its customers lower the total cost of ownership, reduce operational risks and provide analytical capabilities.
The CoE will enable users to run POC to understand the BI solution capabilities and reduce risks from a sizing, architecture and investment perspective.
"Businesses are rapidly warming up to high performance analytics as a means to unlock new opportunities and sustain their competitive edge. Oracle Exalytics, the industry's first high-speed engineered system featuring in-memory business intelligence (BI) software and hardware to deliver extreme performance for analytical and performance management applications, is perfectly suited for this business need", said Sunil Jose, vice president, Applications, Oracle India.
"The global relationship with Oracle fits with Sonata's overall BI & analytics strengths and strategy of new technology adoption. Through the CoE for Oracle Exalytics we will offer our clients an opportunity to experience cutting edge BI technology solutions by delivering fast, interactive and insightful analytics. This also stands as a testimony to our long-standing relationship with Oracle and the natural evolution of our work together." said P.V.S.N. Raju, Senior vice president and Head - BI & Analytics Practice, Sonata.
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