Partnerships and Executive Moves

Atrium Partners With Snowflake to Expand Enterprise Analytics Services

Atrium Partners With Snowflake to Expand Enterprise Analytics Services

Atrium, an artificial intelligence consultancy, has partnered with cloud platform provider Snowflake to expand its AI-based data extraction services for enterprise customers. 

Snowflake's cloud data platform will empower Atrium's service offerings and allow its users to advance their investments in business intelligence, Atrium said Tuesday

“We expect Snowflake to be a critical partner in helping our customers along their journey toward developing enterprise-wide use cases for AI and analytics,” said Atrium CEO and co-founder Chris Heineken. 

Heineken said Snowflake has significantly helped Fortune 1000 companies migrate important analytics workloads from on-premise data warehousing solutions to modern cloud infrastructure. 

Atrium said it will also explore how to upgrade Snowflake's consulting partner network by developing offerings focused on predictive analytics and machine learning use cases.  

"The partnership will focus on helping companies transform their data from operational reporting and analytics to predictive analytics in an environment of rapid migration to cloud-based analytics and AI," Atrium said in its press release. 

Kevin Miller, Snowflake's vice president of global systems integrators, commended Atrium's track record of helping companies transform their legacy analytics investments into modern data structures, which Miller said would greatly benefit Snowflake's customers. 

Atrium said it is currently developing playbooks related to best practices for merging product roadmaps based on Salesforce, Tableau, Amazon and other analytics providers.

Atrium is a next-generation consulting services company that helps companies establish information technology systems of AI-based and analytics-powered intelligence. 

Snowflake is a privately held computer software company headquartered in San Mateo, California. According to its LinkedIn profile, it specializes in data warehousing, cloud and analytics. 

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