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June 14, 2012
Sourcevolution Now Official Reseller of IBM Netezza & Big Data Solutions
By Rahul Arora, TMCnet Contributor
Sourcevolution, an information technology (IT) solutions firm, recently announced that it is now an official reseller and integrator of IBM (News - Alert) Netezza & Big Data solutions. The agreement was signed recently and the details were not disclosed.
Sourcevolution is a renowned Canadian firm specializing IT solutions for enterprises. It offers innovative solutions through business intelligence, application development and architecture, and mobile solutions. The company already resells IBM DataStage and IBM Cognos, as well as SAS (News - Alert) Business Analytics and SAS Business Intelligence.
IBM Netezza data warehouse appliances are based on cutting-edge technologies that allow large quantities of complex data to be interrogated fast. The companies are liberated to leverage rapid-fire, advanced analytics to explore complex data sets in smarter and more scalable ways–enabling them to make better, more-informed decisions. The solutions is manageable from one easy-to-implement, cost-effective appliance that requires little maintenance, management or ongoing tuning.
"We are thrilled with this new show of confidence from IBM. We already have a long standing relationship with IBM and have worked closely with them in recent years to develop our mobile communication platform, freedomone" states Yves Perron, president of Sourcevolution. "This partnership came about very naturally. We believe that our knowledge and vast expertise in business intelligence will be a value- add to IBM Netezza (News - Alert) & Big Data solutions, which in turn will help our clients benefit fully from our know-how during the integration process."
Few months ago, Sourcevolution obtained $3 million in funding from Capital regional et cooperatif Desjardins and the Caisse de depot et placement du Quebec. Sourcevolution is one of a group of 15 Quebec companies selected through a partnership between the Caisse and Desjardins, for their growth potential and their outstanding performance in their respective industries. The companies will share a total of $15.5 million.
Edited by Brooke Neuman