Changing the Game of Analytics with SQL Team Experience
Analytics being ever more accessible in the digital age, enterprises are increasingly banking on the next wave of analytics to automate and boost their decision-making aspects.
FREMONT, CA: Aginity, a trusted analytics management leader, launches Aginity Team— a first of its kind SQL team experience that enables SQL teams to share and reuse code. This new solution resolves all the complexities involved in harnessing SQL efficiency to the fullest.
SQL data access and data preparation are foundational capabilities that enable the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine Learning (ML), and data science. Aginity Team unlocks the potential of re-usability and governance in this crucial area, which is essential to scale up your enterprise’s high-quality machine learning output.
Managing and governing the math behind enterprise data, the organizational asset has to be looked upon. This analytics movement happening around the world motivates Aginity to take a more in-depth look at the treatment of analytics, uncovering its potential, and showcasing its value. It provides an active catalog that helps firms obtain a significantly higher ROI from operationalizing analytics, machine learning, and AI. “With Aginity’s assistance, an enterprise can quickly scour through millions of lines of code to identify the repetitive and high-value building-blocks used to produce ‘analytics-ready data,” says Paul Schaut, CEO of Aginity.
Visionaries drive Aginity with decades of experience in the areas of data mining, business intelligence, digital analytics, and big data. The company has built a large and loyal clientele across industries around the globe. “We wanted to ensure that there’s a way for businesses to organize, catalog, share, reuse easily, and govern the math that is required to produce ‘analytics-ready data’ or the analytic insights themselves,” adds Schaut. Aginity—working tirelessly to bring all the enhancements to the market as fast as possible—has won a global recognition by CIOReview magazine as one of the 20 Most Promising Data Analytics Solution Providers.
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