Trovus has formed a strategic partnership with international business analytics company SAS. Trovus signs with SAS as part of SAS’ Alliance programme; a network of strategic partnerships that creates new avenues for delivering and implementing SAS solutions. New and existing SAS customers will benefit from Trovus’ independent consultancy and design expertise to build SAS products into a wholly bespoke, multi-vendor data analytics solution that meets the exact requirements and vision of an organisation.
Trovus’ acquisition this year by IT services provider Logicalis further complements SAS’ Partner Strategy. Ed Charvet, head of Information Insights Business Unit at Logicalis, and formerly managing director of Trovus, explains; “In many organisations, responsibility for data is still unclear. The tug of war between IT and line of business leaders is a common experience. Trovus and Logicalis talk the language of both. We can engage all stakeholders, ensure the seamless integration of data throughout the business, and help business leaders mine data insights.
“It’s a top to bottom approach that maximises the effectiveness of a data strategy, allowing organisations to quickly identify and action the insights that enable transformation and create competitive advantage.”
Likewise, the partnership with Trovus allows SAS to identify new revenue streams and access new markets, industry verticals and customer segments.
Richard Bradbury, SAS’ Alliances Director in the UK, added: “When searching for partners we look for companies with both the right level of expertise and a fundamental understanding of analytics that will help end users create better, more informed business decisions. Trovus and Logicalis offer much more. Their top-to-bottom approach engages and unifies stakeholders and embeds analytics at the heart of business strategy and vision. Logicalis’ global market reach and heritage in retail, financial, public, and professional services are also industries in which SAS is committed to developing sector specific solutions for. We’re pleased to welcome Trovus and Logicalis to this new program. There’s a great synergy between us.”
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