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Panoply, Chartio and Stitch Partnership Offers World’s First Automatic Cloud Data Stack

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by Angela Guess

A new press release states, “Panoply, Stitch and Chartio today announced the availability of the world’s first Automatic Cloud Data Stack. The combined offering enables data analysts and business users to connect to disparate cloud applications and databases to gain valuable business insights through data visualization. The joint solution includes: a self-optimizing petabyte-scale data warehouse; a self-serve ETL pipeline; a modern business intelligence platform with pre-built business dashboards. Implementing the Automatic Cloud Data Stack eliminates the need for lengthy warehouse setup and configuration, and does away with the need for coding to integrate disparate data sources, perform ad hoc queries and create interactive charts and dashboards. These features are all accessible in an integrated environment for an optimal customer experience.”

Panoply CEO Yaniv Leven commented, “In July of this year, Gartner said that augmented analytics, an approach that automates insights using machine learning and natural-language generation, marks the next wave of disruption in the data and analytics market. Two months ago Larry Ellison dedicated the lion’s share of his Oracle OpenWorld keynote specifically to this topic. We’re seeing huge customer demand from professional analysts and citizen analysts who want more and faster access to data. The challenge has always been that to extract information from data, the data had to go through the IT department, and demanded incredible coding resources and technical expertise to put it in an accessible place and format. Well, no more. This collaboration unshackles data from the IT bottleneck and provides analysts with the ability to control the entire pipeline.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Panoply

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