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Cartesian Expands DataStax Alliance to Global Partnership Adding Expertise and Delivery Power to Big Data Analytics

11/09/2014 by

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Cartesian, the specialist provider of consulting services and managed solutions, and DataStax, the company that delivers Apache CassandraTM to the enterprise, have announced the expansion of their global partnership. The expanded alliance agreement, driven by Cartesian's EMEA division, enhances big data analytics solutions for the communications, technology and media sector by embedding DataStax technologies into Cartesian's proprietary Ascertain® platform to drive real time processing and analysis of big data.

Under the more robust partnership, the companies will further their collaboration on a range of analytics projects, including powering existing DataStax implementations with Cartesian's deep strategy expertise to drive new insights for clients. By layering Cartesian's Managed Analytics capabilities and infrastructure on top of DataStax technology, customers can drive tangible ROI from their analytics efforts.

"In today's hyper-competitive communications landscape, forward-thinking companies are demanding a higher level of predictive analytics to gain the necessary insights into their business," said Philipp Muelbert, Practice Lead of Managed Analytics at Cartesian. "We've incorporated Apache Cassandra into deployments of our Ascertain platform, to add flexibility and scale to our enhanced Managed Analytics capabilities. The expanded global partnership allows us to bring Cartesian's expertise to DataStax customers, so that not only will clients have the ability to get real time and predictive analytics, they will have the deep delivery expertise and managed services behind them to use analytics more effectively."

"Working with Cartesian provides DataStax with a seasoned partner in the communications, media and technology industries," said Kevin Pardue, Regional Channel Director, DataStax. "The combination of Cartesian's deep industry knowledge, analytics expertise and global delivery capability with Cassandra technology, is a powerful value proposition for those looking to leverage the real benefits of an analytics approach to business."

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