Dataiku provides the ability for organisations to build, train, and productionise AI and machine learning solutions all in one platform.
Dataiku provides the unique ability for organisations to collaboratively build, train, and productionise AI and machine learning solutions all in one platform, offering a unique way for all team members in an organisation to build, interrogate and share results within one instance collaboratively.
Aginic Director David Hodges said that the partnership will provide renewed opportunities for new and existing clients of Aginic to leverage the power of AI in every business decision for transformative impact.
“Aginic’s roots are in solving business problems differently through data, so we’re naturally excited about partnering with Dataiku.
Our focus has always been on the user, designing elegant solutions that improve the digital experience and solve business problems through insightful analysis.
We see the great potential in the use of Dataiku by people across the business, not just data professionals. It’s a powerful way to unify all data of benefit to the organisation and apply machine learning and advanced analytics to the high-value use cases, deriving great value from organisational investments in data science.
Aginic has always been about collaboration with our clients, and we love how everyone in the organisation from business analyst to executive to data scientist can experiment, collaborate and explore on the Dataiku platform to harness the power of data science.” Mr Hodges said.
Founded in 2013, Dataiku supports agility in organizations’ data efforts via collaborative, elastic, and responsible AI, all at enterprise scale. More than 400 companies worldwide across retail, healthcare, finance, transportation, public sector, manufacturing, pharmaceuticals, and more already use Dataiku to underpin their essential business operations and ensure they stay relevant in a changing world.
In March 2021, Dataiku was named a Leader in the 2021 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine-Learning Platforms — their second consecutive year as a Leader in the report.
“In 2020, rather than seeing businesses pull away from investments in Enterprise AI, we’ve seen them lean in, creating more demand than ever for technology like Dataiku and for services that help them accelerate their transformation around data science and machine learning,” said Jiunn Hao Choo, APAC Partnerships.
“We’re excited to partner with Aginic and continue to respond to this growing demand across Australia, raising the overall AI maturity level of companies across all industries.”
To learn more about Aginic’s work in data science, click here.
To learn more about Dataiku, visit dataiku.com