If Aesop is right and we are known by the company we keep, Attivio’s success is a direct result of our associations with our top-notch channel partners. One of our longstanding resellers is Cadeon, an IT services and solutions provider based in Alberta, Canada. We recently checked in with Cadeon CEO Phil Unger about his ongoing work with Attivio.
Attivio: Tell us about your experience as an Attivio reseller.
Chief Data Officers have a lot of things on their plates. And one of those things is giving users freer access to the data they need. This is what we call "data democracy." Most CDOs like the idea of data democracy in theory. But in practice, the CDOs we talk to find that efforts to create a data democracy face at least four common barriers:
An entire ecosystem of tools and data processing frameworks have grown up around Hadoop. Almost as soon as someone identifies a weakness or limitation—and there have been more than a few—someone else creates a fix. That's one of the reasons the Big Data ecosystem is so complex. And why many large companies hung back before jumping in. They wanted to see if any leaders would emerge from the chaos.
Attivio joined search colleagues in DC November 14-17 for KMWorld’s Enterprise Search and Discovery Summit. From their strategic location at the show’s Enterprise Solutions Showcase, CTO Will Johnson enjoyed meeting IT professionals, customers, partners, and vendors from across the US, demoing the Attivio platform,
The search market has come a long way from 2007 when Attivio was founded. We took some time to chat with Attivio co-founder and CTO Will Johnson about just how far Attivio has come and how the search market itself has evolved.
Search professionals from across the nation are gathering in Washington DC this week for the Enterprise Search and Discovery Summit at KMWorld. For some, the looming abandonment of Google’s Search Appliance (GSA) solution will be a topic of discussion.
Can you imagine Thanksgiving dinner without the mandatory element of sweet potatoes? To Attivio, partners are the sweet potatoes of our go-to-market strategy. In the past year, channel revenues made up nearly 50% of the company’s new sales. So maybe partners are the sweet potatoes, the stuffing, the green bean casserole, and the cranberry sauce.
If your organization is going to win on analytics, it needs to view all of its information as a strategic enterprise asset. This includes not just the 10% you know about, but the 90% of dark data that hides in information silos. There are big challenges on the path to surfacing all of your enterprise information for business intelligence. The biggest challenge is not in storing data, or in analyzing it, but actually finding the right data. But why is it so hard? Here are the top three reasons:
As an Attivio Solutions Architect, I often work to help companies customize (a.k.a., hack) our Cognitive Search and Insight technology to meet their unique search demands. It’s worth sharing some of the most common hacks in the risk space.
At Attivio, we appreciate all our customers, but occasionally one deserves to be called out for their exceptional work on a project. Global Partners is such a customer. Check out their customer success story:
Global Partners, LP is a Fortune 500 midstream logistics and marketing company that owns, controls, or has access to one of the largest terminal networks of petroleum products and renewable fuels in the Northeast.