TiG Data Intelligence announces dashboard partnership with TrueCue

As part of the partnership with TrueCue, TiG will be able to gain access to TrueCue’s business intelligence dashboards and data warehousing platform, enabling its clients to leverage previously unseen insights from their data.

The agreement will provide enhancements to TiG’s service portfolio, which includes Azure cloud service, cyber security and advanced data analytics capabilities, with TrueCue’s customised business intelligence dashboards and smart data warehouse automation platform allowing for full use of data.

London-based managed service provider TiG is a Microsoft partner, and works with businesses within the alternative investment, professional services, healthcare and manufacturing sectors.

“As a specialist provider to the alternative investment sector, our role is to free portfolio managers to get on with growing their fund value, while we take care of their IT environment,” said George Georgiou, chief operating officer at TiG.

“Although more cautious than some sectors in making the move to the public cloud, our financial services clients recognise the benefits. For example, cloud-based data analytics technology can process huge quantities of data and help identify patterns – the insights gained from this are crucial to good investment decisions.

“Our clients understand the results they can achieve through data warehousing and analytics. Many of them have large quantities of data in disparate systems, which they cannot extract insights from in an effective way.

“TrueCue has a depth of knowledge through their product offering which we have not seen matched by any other business. Through our partnership, we are now able to offer simple to use solutions that allow clients to make better use of their data, enabling them to achieve their own business targets.”

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James Don-Carolis, managing director at TrueCue, commented: “We’re delighted to be partnering with TiG. At TrueCue, we firmly believe that having access to reliable, trustworthy data is fundamental to successful decision making.

“But the reality is that many organisations struggle in this area, and therefore are unable to use their data to its full potential. This is the challenge we’re addressing.

“We provide customers with a modern technology platform that provides a foundation from which to extract true value from their data. Companies like TiG, which possess specialist industry knowledge, combined with our own best-in-breed technology, are now able to equip clients with the most effective data analytics platform available.

“We are thrilled to be partnering together and look forward to an exciting future ahead.”

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Aaron Hurst

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