A recent press release reports, “SQream announced today the accelerated growth of SQream DB as an OEM data warehouse for software solution vendors challenged with continuously growing data stores. The growth comes primarily from the finance, telco, cyber, retail and e-commerce industries. By delivering an advanced embedded analytics data warehouse, SQream DB enables solution vendors to provide their customers with critical insights faster, while ensuring performance levels at scale. Solution vendors are often challenged with handling rapidly growing data stores in their existing and next-generation solutions, resulting in greatly reduced performance, and the inability to capitalize on the critical insights needed to power their applications. In many cases, sophisticated algorithms simply cannot deliver results, including the data required to drive AI-based models and algorithms. These challenges prevent the solution from operating as designed, and hinder the expansion of functionality.”
The release continues, “SQream DB alleviates these challenges by enabling the management and rapid analysis of the solution’s growing data stores at scale. SQream DB enables software vendors to increase the performance of their solutions even as data volumes grow. Specifically designed for handling very large analytic workloads, SQream DB’s powerful performance and advanced analytics allow solution vendors to turn data into a competitive differentiator. With the ability to analyze large data stores, ad-hoc to any level of granularity, SQream DB helps deliver competitive functionality that other solutions cannot achieve. ‘We work closely with solution vendors around the world helping them to overcome data challenges that are preventing them from providing their customers with the insights and value needed to drive their business,’ said Ami Gal, CEO and Co-founder at SQream. ‘SQream DB helps solution vendors achieve the maximum performance, scale and functionality needed to compete and grow’.”
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