NEWS21 April 2022

Pyramid Analytics joins Amazon’s ISV accelerate programme

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US Pyramid Analytics, a global provider of next-generation business analytics, is to join Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) independent software vendor (ISV) accelerate programme.

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The programme allows Pyramid and AWS to provide customers and partners with the resources needed to accelerate the adoption of the Pyramid Analytics’ decision intelligence platform on a global scale.

Pyramid will now benefit from co-sell support and sales enablement resources, including prioritised access to millions of active customers through AWS field sellers globally.

Participation in the programme streamlines the path to purchase for customers through access to technical support, procurement and billing to drive better outcomes and lower costs. 

An AWS Partner since 2019, the Pyramid Analytics decision intelligence platform has been validated through the AWS Foundational Technical Review (FTR), ensuring the software meets the best practices established by AWS. The platform is said to be used by companies around the world to unify data from any source and provide employees with insights to make decisions.  

This eliminates the need to use multiple disparate tools and the associated license cost and management complexity. The platform can be deployed on-premises, into a private or public cloud, embedded into other apps, or delivered through managed services providers.

Commenting on the partnership, Pyramid Analytics’ senior vice-president of strategic alliances, Dave Henry, said: “Pyramid and AWS share a customer-first culture and synergistic visions for innovation in the decision intelligence market.

“We’re excited to deepen our relationship with AWS through the ISV accelerate programme to help more global customers fuel their growth and develop winning business strategies. This development also further underpins our commitment to providing cloud options and support to our customers.”