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Alteryx Reveals Newest Platform Release

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According to a new press release, “Alteryx, Inc., revolutionizing business through data science and analytics, today announced the general availability of the newest version of the Alteryx platform (2018.2) at its annual user conference, Inspire 2018. The release delivers new features across the platform to improve the analytic experience for IT, business analysts and data scientists, altering how they collaborate and scale analytics across the organization, find and connect to data, and ultimately drive business-changing insights. ‘We appreciate the continuous improvements Alteryx makes to its platform that helps us get to insights faster and more effectively,’ said Reinier Kuschke, solutions consultant at Dimago. ‘We are already seeing benefits from this latest release, enjoying the easy connectivity to Databricks for Apache Spark and finding workflows are running at speeds we’ve never seen before’.”

The release continues, “New capabilities allow IT to quickly and securely scale the platform globally so that multiple lines of business can benefit from a collaborative pipeline of insights and analytic models. Analysts will benefit from an increased number of data sources that can be used to develop repeatable workflows in Alteryx Designer—including Azure, Snowflake and Microsoft Dynamics—and data scientists will enjoy a new Python SDK, and can track and measure analytic model quality. The Alteryx platform was strategically designed to support all data workers across the organization, providing a code-free and code friendly environment, allowing users to advance their data science and analytic skills quickly, and empowering the line of business to leverage pre-built, repeatable workflows and templates.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Alteryx

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