ThoughtSpot, Google Cloud to extend partnership on AI-driven analytics
Category: #business  By Saipriya Iyer  Date: 2020-03-26
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ThoughtSpot, Google Cloud to extend partnership on AI-driven analytics

The leader in search and AI-driven analytics, ThoughtSpot, recently announced the extending of its partnership with Google Cloud in a bid to empower organizations with cloud analytics solutions.

A key part of this expanded relationship includes launching of Embrace for Google Cloud, which will facilitate enterprises to run search & AI-driven analytics in Google BigQuery, without caching or moving any data.

With the launch of ThoughtSpot’s Embrace for Google Cloud, businesses around the globe can immediately start leveraging the combined power of both augmented analytics from ThoughtSpot and Google BigQuery to equip everyone in their organization with the ability to find insights and take action.

The users can also utilize simple search interface offered by ThoughtSpot, to tap into the scale and performance capabilities of Google BigQuery, evaluating millions of rows of data in seconds to find weighty, granular insights.

With the help of ThoughtSpot Monitor, users across businesses can follow specific Key Performance Indicators as well as metrics, and the system will automatically alert them to any changes as the data changes in Google BigQuery. As all such insights will be curated and forwarded to users proactively, organizations will be enabled to course-correct where needed, more quickly and efficiently as well as identify unexpected opportunities.

Businesses around the world essentially require new ways to leverage their data in order to transform themselves and be able to thrive in the modern business spectrum. Embrace delivers the combination of scale, ease of use and speed required for organizations to use their data to drive efficiency in their processes and business operations, creating more personalized customer experiences along with increasing the revenues.

Manvinder Singh, Director of Partnerships at Google Cloud said that organizations are increasingly getting dependent on the cloud to store, manage, as well as analyze their data.

Singh added saying that the team is elated to deepen partnership with ThoughtSpot and extend their search & analytics capabilities into BigQuery, aiding customers with additional capabilities to derive value out of their business data.

 

Source Credit: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20200324005089/en/Google-Cloud-ThoughtSpot-Expand-Partnership-Unlock-Unprecedented

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