In the past year Attivio has been recognized as one of the top places to work. One of the reasons for the recognition is the value we place on diversity. To this end, we recently began a new women’s group named ConnectHer.
Our commitment to supporting clients using Cloudera was recognized with our promotion to Silver Status in Cloudera’s partner program. This partner status means we support the latest version of Cloudera (Version 6.0) and are certified with current Cloudera supported CDH.
Attivio customers can natively run Cloudera clusters and search for and retrieve data from inside the Cloudera platform, as well as outside sources by using third-party connectors.
This ongoing partnership enables our customers using Cloudera to search for data no matter where it is and with no limitations on scale or data size.
Attivio is the only Cloudera partner of its kind that runs natively in Cloudera.
Attivio is nominated for two awards, and we’d love you to help us win by voting! Voting is easy and won’t take more than two minutes of your time.
1. The first nomination is the KMWorld Readers' Choice Awards Program. KMWorld is asking you to identify the winning information management solutions, products, and services. There are 15 categories in which to vote.
Attivio is nominated in the Cognitive Computing and AI and Enterprise Search category.
As everyone from Boston already knows, and recent surveys highlight, Boston is one of the best cities in the country to launch a new company, particularly in technology. Our top-tier academic institutions and students, world-class venture capitalists, incubators, and an ecosystem of supporting service providers all contribute to the thriving economy and technology ecosystem.
The countdown is on! Less than 100 days until Attivio moves to its new HQ office in downtown Boston at 100 Summer St.
When we announced the move in January, we said our decision to relocate was primarily motivated by two factors: Play a bigger part in Boston’s thriving tech ecosystem and be closer to our biggest clients.
Tug of war, basketball, Dance Dance Revolution are not usually what we do on a typical Thursday. But last week Attiivians got to be kids for a day and play in the Build Entrepreneur Games - all for a good cause.
More than 9,000 participants will run this year's 3.5-mile race, which starts at the Boston Common, and makes its way down Comm Ave and back. Proceeds from the event benefit the Boston Children's Hospital.
The Attivio race team comprises representatives from across the organization - from marketing to sales, services to development! Our team will be decked out in spiffy new t-shirts.