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Indium Software achieves Microsoft Silver Analytics Competency

04 Feb 2019

Indium Software announced that it has enhanced its digital services capability by becoming a Microsoft Partner Network member with Silver Analytics Competency. This will give Indium greater access to Microsoft tools, technologies and training that will, in turn, benefit its customers in their digital transformation journey.

Microsoft Azure is an open, flexible and enterprise-grade cloud computing platform trusted by 95% of Fortune 500 businesses, governments and startups. It offers a wide portfolio of tools in Data Management, Advanced Analytics, IOT, Machine Learning & AI, to meet customers' evolving needs in today's mobile-first, cloud-first world.

Indium Software has a growing team of certified personnel working on various Microsoft platforms. By signing up with the Microsoft Partner Network, the company is supposedly taking this relationship to its logical extension. 

This will supposedly not only help Indium Software gain a deeper understanding of the business goals of its customers but also assist them along the way in technology selection, tool advisory, data migration, system continuity and a centre of excellence establishment, thereby laying the foundation for sustainable success.

Indium Software aims to have the required infrastructure, a strong team, cross-domain experience, analytical capabilities, and expertise in holistic solution development to be able to leverage this partnership. 

The company has 50+ Microsoft-ready members in-house, and can immediately deliver on the Microsoft tech stack, ranging across Big Data & Data Management, Data Visualization and Advanced Analytics.

Indium Software CEO Ram Sukumar says, "We believe that the Microsoft Silver Analytics Competency is a step forward in increasing our ability to delight our customers with a wider range of Data Analytics capabilities and technology choices.”

Microsoft GM Rajiv Sodhi added, "By achieving the Silver Analytics Competency, Indium Software has proven its commitment and expertise in specific technology areas, which places them among a small percentage of Microsoft partners worldwide.

"For customers looking for a partner to help meet their unique business needs, choosing a company like Indium Software, that has attained Microsoft competencies is a smart move. They have highly qualified experts with access to Microsoft technical support and product teams."

Indium Software has successfully implemented solutions on both Microsoft Azure & Power BI platforms. It recently helped a customer ingest data from various data sources to improve visibility, accessibility and provide business insights of its sales performance globally. 

The process involved setting up Azure Data Factory pipeline to extract the required data sets and then visualize using Power BI dashboards which were integrated within an enterprise web UI.

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