Wednesday, 16 September 2020 05:00

Stratacent and SAS extend partnership to ANZ

Stratacent founder and CEO Amit Arya Stratacent founder and CEO Amit Arya

Service provider Stratacent and SAS have extended their formal partnership to include Australia and New Zealand.

The local alliance involves the delivery of cloud-based predictive analytics solutions to the financial industry and and other enterprise-scale customers.

SAS ANZ alliances and channels director Dermot McCutcheon said Stratacent is a recognised global player helping customers migrate their analytics platforms to the cloud.

"It's early days as yet but we are already seeing very strong interest in the combined Stratacent and SAS offering from users who want to optimise their current analytics solutions," he said.

Stratacent founder and CEO Amit Arya said the partnership in Australia and New Zealand represented a further expansion of the company's international presence.

Channel"Working with SAS in this market adds to our existing operations throughout the USA, UK, EMEA and Canada, and further strengthens our position as a vendor of choice for high-end and midmarket organisations embracing digital transformation with the power of analytics."

Stratacent is a SAS platinum partner in the US.

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