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Cloudera Announces Fifth Annual Data Impact Awards Finalists

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “Cloudera, Inc., the modern platform for machine learning and analytics optimized for the cloud, announced finalists for this year’s Data Impact Awards. In its fifth year, the awards program increased by 65 percent in number of nominations from 2016. The Data Impact Awards recognize the leading organizations that are running Cloudera Enterprise in a production environment, resulting in innovations that demonstrate the biggest impacts to technology, science, health, lifestyle, and community across a wide variety of industries. The winners will be announced at the annual Data Impact Awards Celebration on Tuesday, 26th September in tandem with Strata Data 2017, New York. Finalists were selected by a panel of third-party thought leaders in the data management and analytics space, from executives and industry analysts to professors and media experts.”

The release goes on, “This year’s finalists, listed by award theme and category, are: Business Impact – (1) Instrument Your Business: Deutsche Telekom IT GmbH, Hitachi Rail Europe (nominated by Pentaho, a Hitachi Group Company), Leidos, Octo, UBS (nominated by Cognizant). (2) Secure Your Business: Centrify, DWANGO Co., Ltd., PNC Bank – Analytics and Portfolio Management, RingCentral (nominated by Streamsets), Western Union (nominated by Streamsets). (3) Customer Insight: Credit Suisse (nominated by Cognizant), Novantas, PT Bank Danamon Indonesia Tbk, Sky Network Television Limited, TE Connectivity. Technical Impact – (1) Cloud Pioneers: Air New Zealand (nominated by Enterprise IT), Celgene (nominated by Deloitte), Komatsu (nominated by Microsoft), Maersk Line, Panera Bread (nominated by CenturyLink). (2) Innovators in Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: MasterCard, Podo, Shoppermotion, Thomson Reuters, Voith Digital Solutions.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Cloudera

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