The SAS IoT Partner Ecosystem is chock-full of names I’d wager most of us know quite well; Microsoft Azure, Intel, Cisco, HPE, Siemens, Deloitte, Lenovo, Semtech and at least a dozen others. These SAS partners help move industries from the Internet of Things (IoT) as we know it to “the Intelligence of Things” via analytics solutions that transform data into intelligence, and intelligence into answers used to foster stronger progress.
Per SAS: “The data that flows through your business has a unique story to tell, and that story is constantly changing. With our fully integrated, open source, cloud-native SAS technology platform, you can understand what’s happening now, predict how to pivot seamlessly, and drive your own momentum.”
Made evident by its list of partners, businesses on global scales are of the same mind. (As am I; even just in writing about it, it’s clear that data is the path forward. Data is our story; it’s what virtually everything boils down to, so how it’s utilized – whether by data scientists, statisticians or forecasters, industrial operators or AI specialists, just for example – is key in staying agile and advancing technologies in meaningful ways.)
And speaking of meaningfulness, SAS announced yet another partner to its future-conscious IoT Partner Ecosystem:
As a global product development and engineering services firm, HTEC status as a growth platform is known well; with more than 2,000 experts globally (and offices scattered throughout Europe and in Silicon Valley and New York), HTEC provides services for clients in healthcare, retail, transportation and smart mobility, fintech, logistics, deep technology, green energy, and media.
Now, SAS and HTEC Group are set to work together to deliver joint digital solutions.
The partnership also offers co-advisory services that will guide participating businesses through their respective digital transformations and, quote, “support their wins in our digital world.”
“In today’s challenging economy, we continue to see rapid adoptions of IoT, AI and streaming analytics,” said Jason Mann, Vice President of IoT at SAS. "Companies need to prove their resiliency and quickly turn raw data into information for better decision-making. That’s why the combination of engineering excellence from HTEC Group and AI and IoT analytics expertise from SAS will deliver competitive advantages."
"We are delighted to enter into a partnership with SAS to address clients’ challenges from a business and technology perspective," said Darko Todorovic, Vice President of Engineering and Delivery at HTEC Group. "The importance of teaming up with a leader in analytics space – coupled with HTEC's deep technology expertise in building the world's best digital products – is that, together, we will deliver on industry-leading next-gen solutions and platforms to our shared clients globally."
Edited by Greg Tavarez