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SAP and Accenture partner to provide better analytics, AI capabilities

Here is Information Management's weekly roundup of new big data and analytics products and partnerships.

SAP and Accenture partner on SAP Leonardo

SAP and Accenture have broadened their partnership to include working with SAP Leonardo, the SAP system that supports data analytics, machine learning, data intelligence and the Internet of Things in the cloud. The long-standing partners will focus on embedding digital technologies in an effort to deliver greater value to their respective clients. The companies are now expanding their co-development program to include intelligent analytics solutions delivered by Accenture Digital and powered by SAP Leonardo.

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A visitor passes an illuminated SAP AG logo inside the business-software maker's headquarters in Walldorf, Germany, on Monday, Feb. 24, 2014. SAP AG co-Chief Executive Officer Bill McDermott, targeting the growing online software market, said he plans to tap a greater portion of customers' spending. Photographer: Krisztian Bocsi/Bloomberg via Getty Images

Looker and Qubit partner to offer data personalization

Looker has announced a partnership with Qubit to offer data-driven decision making for e-commerce businesses that specialize in personalization. Powered by Looker’s data platform, Qubit says the effort will give marketers the ability to create highly segmented personalized experiences and allow customers to view all their data from a single interface.

Tata launches product to bolster SAP ERP efforts

Tata Consultancy Services has launched a product with SAP aimed at helping customers run their operations more effectively. The product will use TCS’ Ignio solution and its artificial intelligence capabilities to offer insights on how customers use SAP ERP for business operations. Ignio for SAP provides functional and technical relationship mapping, corrects typical business errors and prevents compliance issues, according to Tata.

StreamAnalytix from Impetus adds deep learning features

Impetus Technologies, a big data software products and services company, has announced a new, deep learning capability for its StreamAnalytix offering. StreamAnalytix is a real-time stream processing and machine learning platform with a Visual Spark Studio for development and life-cycle management of Apache Stark applications in both streaming and batch mode. With the addition of data flow graphs from TensorFlow, the firm says data and analytics professionals can now use the platform to deploy deep learning models on real-time data sources.

MemSQL now offers real-time data warehouse

MemSQL has released a new version of its MemSQL cloud managed service for use on either Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure. The unified architecture supports transactional, analytical and streaming data warehouse workloads. With this release, the company says it now offers a real-time data warehouse that runs on both cloud and hybrid configurations.

Cloud-based tool from Octopai centralizes and automates metadata

Octopai has introduced a cloud-based metadata search engine tool to provide business intelligence groups with full visibility and control of metadata that is scattered across many different BI systems within an organization. By centralizing and automating their metadata, the company claims BI groups can reduce costs, improve productivity, and minimize risks associated with inaccurate data.

Collibra enhances analytics platform with data profiling features

Collabra Release 5.1 includes new data governance collaboration and productivity features. The platform facilitates the shift to self-service analytics, according to the company, by giving customers tools to locate, interpret and verify their data more easily. A key improvement in the new release is the Collibra Catalog 5.1, which provides enhanced data profiling capabilities.

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