Paxata Redefines the Data-to-Information Pipeline With New Spring ‘16 Release

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paxby Angela Guess

A new article out of the company reports, “Paxata, provider of the only Adaptive Data Preparation™ platform for the enterprise, today announced the availability of its Spring ’16 product release. Paxata’s latest release bridges the gap between analysts and IT with new intuitive capabilities, providing connected information to every person in the enterprise without compromising on security, scale, and cost efficiency. The Spring ’16 release also enables analysts to collaboratively explore and prepare all of their data no matter the source or format.”

Prakash Nanduri, Co-Founder and CEO of Paxata, “Since we began the self-service data preparation revolution, we set the pace for delivering major advancements against our roadmap. With every quarterly release, we ask two questions, the first being ‘how do we make the life of the analyst easier so they can go from raw data to the right information regardless of analytic use case?’ The second is ‘how do we lead the industry in moving from legacy scale-up, on-premise, relational worlds to distributed, elastic cloud, scale-out architectures?’… Every major Fortune 1000 corporation is moving to this new world and Paxata is leading the way. The Spring ’16 release is another major advancement in this transformation. I am proud of the hard work of our team, customers and partners.”

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