FactGem and Memgraph Partner to Give Clients Access to Real-Time, Transaction Based Analytics

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A recent press release reports, “Today, FactGem, a leading data analytics technology company, announced a strategic partnership with Memgraph, a data analytics company based in the United Kingdom, to offer clients access to high-performance, next-generation Graph database scaling. The partnership now allows clients real-time, more comprehensive data availability and analysis. By combining FactGem’s Data Fabric, which is based on Graph technology, and Memgraph’s next generation Graph Database, clients with even the largest datasets will be able to connect consumer behaviors and preferences to pivot business decisions in real-time. By integrating all available data and joining typically disconnected silos, clients can react to customers’ purchase points even faster, to create loyalty and repeat business.”

Megan Kvamme, CEO of FactGem, commented, “Today’s consumer needs a much more sophisticated approach to marketing and targeting… They’re loyal to companies who react as fast as they do. Our partnership with Memgraph gives our clients the ability to create business strategies that move with today’s changing economy and consumer spending habits. This gives clients an advantage in increasingly competitive industries.”

Dominik Tomicevic, CEO and co-founder of Memgraph, added, “We are delighted to partner with FactGem to bring global enterprises a seamless yet powerful way to unify their data silos and extract real-time actionable intelligence from their connected data at an unprecedented scale… We’re looking forward to building a long lasting and close partnership, and together, we will continue bringing cutting-edge and fully integrated solutions to organizations and unlocking the full business potential of their enterprise data.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

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