Mindtree and Databricks partner to offer advanced data intelligence

The new partnership between Mindtree and Databricks will look to support use of the Databricks platform from implementation throughout the entire customer journey.

Customers will now be able to gain insights from larger data sets using AI, with Databricks offering a unified solution for data engineering, collaborative data science, full-lifecycle machine learning, and business analytics through a lakehouse architecture.

With Databricks, enterprises can build rich data sets and optimise machine learning at scale, as well as streamlining workflows across teams, reducing infrastructure complexity, and delivering superior customer experiences.

For AI to be effective in aiding accurate insights, organisations require complete access to analytics on data lakes, which often proves to be the largest data source at their disposal.

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“Companies are accelerating their digital transformation, boosting demand for our open, cloud-based platform,” said Michael Hoff, senior vice-president of business development and partners at Databricks.

“This partnership with Mindtree will bring together the right skills and technologies to help organisations advance their digital adoption journey, and drive far-reaching business impact for our customers.”

Radhakrishnan Rajagopalan, global head of customer success, data and intelligence at Mindtree, commented: “Improved, reliable access to data is a strategic differentiator for companies and enables better business decision-making.

“Databricks offers a powerful platform for accelerating data-driven innovation across businesses. Mindtree, with its legacy in digital transformation technologies, will help organisations leverage the Databricks platform and get timely access to data for meaningful business insights.”

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Aaron Hurst

Aaron Hurst is Information Age's senior reporter, providing news and features around the hottest trends across the tech industry.