Datawatch Corporation (NASDAQ-CM: DWCH), the leading global provider of information optimization software and services, and Mobile Software today announced that they have signed a reseller agreement that calls for Mobile Software to add Datawatch’s information optimization platform and services to Mobile Software’s business intelligence and data warehousing solutions. This partnership will provide enhanced offerings for Mobile Software’s existing client base and is expected to generate new business for both companies as well.
“Mobile Software’s existing clients and prospective clients – like many organizations – are looking to incorporate vast amounts of semi-structured and structured data into their business intelligence, big data and data warehouse initiatives,” said Karen Brown, president of Mobile Software. “By adding the Datawatch information optimization platform to our offerings, we can help organizations address the velocity, variety and volume of diverse data, resulting in more comprehensive business analytics for our clients.”
“We continue to expand the Datawatch partner ecosystem to enhance services to both existing Datawatch customers and new customers,” said Terry Kerans, General Manager, Worldwide Monarch Sales of Datawatch. “Having Mobile Software join our partner team helps us to achieve both goals. Mobile Software has established a proven and highly-respected business consultancy with an extensive reach into Fortune 500 accounts and has developed a strong reputation in MicroStrategy, IBM Business Analytics and other business intelligence solutions. The Datawatch information optimization platform, combined with traditional analytical solutions, provides the most complete view of information – providing organizations with the ‘whole story’ from their data,” continued Mr. Kerans. Datawatch joins MicroStrategy as one of Mobile Software’s key strategic alliance partners. Mobile Software becomes part of a growing portfolio of Datawatch’s international partners capable of delivering Datawatch’s information optimization solutions to key markets around the world.
About Mobile Software
Mobile Software (mobilesoftware.com) has been implementing business intelligence solutions for over 17 years in a number of verticals, including Financial Services, Retail, Manufacturing, Telecommunications, Government, Healthcare, Food and Beverage. Whether a project is in the initial stages of design or mid-development, Mobile Software accommodates all of our commitments with ability, experience and the professionalism required for successful business intelligence engagements. We have designed, architected and developed numerous reporting systems, incorporating users around the globe. Our extensive knowledge of databases, ETL processing, data warehousing, data modeling, and cutting edge business intelligence architectures, enables us to deliver on-time and within budget.
About Datawatch Corporation
Datawatch Corporation (datawatch.com) is a leading global provider of report analytics technology that delivers information optimization solutions. Business leaders use Datawatch products and services to access, manage, analyze and act upon 100% of their enterprise information — regardless of data type, format, source or environment. With Datawatch's information optimization platform, organizations can access structured data, semi-structured data and unstructured data, and link these datasets with Big Data applications for a complete analytic system to improve decision-making and accelerate action — at a fraction of the cost and time of traditional approaches. The company's market-leading technology is used by more than 40,000 organizations worldwide, including 99 of the Fortune 100. Datawatch is headquartered in Chelmsford, Massachusetts with offices in London, Munich, Singapore, Sydney and Manila, with partners and customers in more than 100 countries worldwide.
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