LOS ANGELES, SEP 13, 2017: Leading global digital systems integrator Agilisium has been named in the CIO Review’s 100 most promising Big Data solution providers 2017. The Los Angeles based firm has been recognized as a digital system integrator that helps to transform businesses by delivering actionable insights using big data on cloud platforms.
Speaking of this honor, Mr.Raj Babu, CEO of Agilisium said, “This is indeed a proud moment for the Agilisium family. As we continue to focus on innovation and fine-tuning our methodologies and accelerators in the Big Data space, this recognition asserts our commitment to add recurring value to our clients. We are thrilled to have earned a slot in CIO Review’s most promising providers’ listing.”
About CIO Review:
The CIO Review is an online technology publication resource, that serves executives and technology decision makers in the field of Information and Technology. The monthly print magazine The CIO Magazine was founded in 1987 in Framingham, Massachusetts.
Every year, CIO Review’s distinguished panel comprising CEOs, CIOs, VCs, industry analysts along with its editorial board review the top big data solution providers and shortlist the ones that are at the vanguard fulfilling the urgent demands of the industry.
The listing depicts how these solutions are implemented, thereby enabling leadership across industries to comprehend how they will optimize their respective businesses. For more information, see CIO Review.
Agilisium is a digital system integrator delivering innovative big data, analytics, and insights based services on cloud. Implementing design thinking approach, Agilisium helps clients identify unprecedented customer insights, uncover internal/external data that are critical to accelerate decision-making and build robust systems that are critical to succeed in digital transformation. With deep expertise in designing and delivering large scale solutions, from cloud-based EDW to scale-out data lakes to advanced predictive analytics, Agilisium helps clients realize ROI in 12 to 18 months, with a minimum of 30 percent TCO reduction.