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Professional services network Deloitte and software firm Teradata have teamed up to help mutual customers migrate their on-premise data management and analytics environments to the Teradata Vantage multi-cloud data platform. 

Deloitte, a preferred systems integrator for Vantage, will collaborate with Teradata to take the complexity out of data migration and equip organisations with the advanced capabilities of the future on cloud. 

Ashish Verma, managing director, Deloitte Consulting, and Data and Analytics Modernisation lead, said: “The future of enterprise business requires enhanced speed, agility and innovation which is central to the capabilities of a cloud data analytics platform and a core piece of the Teradata Vantage platform that has distinguished them as a leader in the industry.

“Together with Teradata, we’ve built a modernisation strategy that allows new and existing Teradata customers to tap into the power of cloud and to efficiently orchestrate their data workloads seamlessly, at scale on Teradata Vantage.” 

Deloitte and Teradata will leverage the power of hybrid, multi-cloud environments allowing joint customers to simplify their ecosystem into a single cloud-based data analytics platform. 

Pascal Mazure, SVP, Worldwide Alliances and Partners at Teradata, said: “To accelerate their digital transformation and deliver enterprise-wide business outcomes, companies need the cloud-based, high-scale data platform that efficiently analyzes data from multiple sources – Teradata Vantage uniquely provides this, with the best cost per query

“Deloitte’s deep understanding of Teradata technology made them a natural choice for this enhanced relationship, and we expect our mutual customers to benefit from this new low risk, rapid migration path to the cloud. In the end, customers gain the support of two giants in the enterprise data management space – both committed to accelerating business outcomes with agility and innovation.”

Tags: Deloitte, Migration, Teradata

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