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Forth Point announces key partnership with Sisense to accelerate analytics adoption and ‘ease to insight’

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Forth Point, a leading data science and engineering consultancy has announced a partnership with Sisense, an AI-driven analytics business intelligence platform that provides organisations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere in their business.

Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer and employee applications and workflows. Sisense empowers businesses to act on their data at the right time, every time with Sisense Fusion – the highly customizable, AI-driven analytics cloud platform.

Forth Point delivers AI and machine learning assets and use cases that help businesses move beyond proof of concepts and hype to unlock the value in their data.

Together, this important partnership will allow businesses to build custom analytics solutions using AI and Machine Learning and embed them in their internal and public-facing apps and workflows – so people can infuse the insights when and where they need them.

As a result, businesses should be able to interpret and properly leverage actionable intelligence to make better decisions and be successful in their use of data to deliver change in their business.

‘Our joint effort to enable more data-led decision making is really exciting,’ says Marta Portugal, Director of Data Science for Forth Point, Sisense allows businesses to access insight as and when they need it, without interrupting workflows or the need to login to yet another system or tool. Working with Sisense enables the embedding of analytics across workflows making it every time easier to be data-led, regardless of the environment you operate in.”

‘We’re excited to partner with such an innovative data science and engineering consultancy such as Forth Point. This partnership will accelerate the adoption of analytics, and give users the ability to up level the insights they receive within their workflows when they need them,” says Asaf Tsur, RVP EMEA. “The combination of our technologies offers customers an enhanced experience and ability to power actionable intelligence that can truly be embedded anywhere.’

 

About Forth Point

Forth Point are a team of data scientists and data engineers who help deliver more efficiency and agility through data. Forth Point was established to deliver on the promise of Industry 4.0, which states that through the use of Smart technologies, IoT, AI and Machine Learning, processes are going to become faster, more efficient and more flexible. The key to achieving that promise is extracting insight from data. The problem facing the industry is that challenges are not being solved with a value-first approach. At Forth Point we have a passion for delivering value-led, commercially focused solutions that make our clients superstars through being successful in their use of data to deliver change in their business.  

About Sisense

Sisense goes beyond traditional business intelligence by providing organizations with the ability to infuse analytics everywhere, embedded in both customer and employee applications and workflows. Sisense customers are breaking through the barriers of analytics adoption by going beyond the dashboard with Sisense Fusion – the highly customizable, AI-driven analytics cloud platform, that infuses intelligence at the right place and the right time, every time. More than 2,000 global companies such as GitLab, UiPath, Tinder, Nasdaq, GE, Rolls Royce and Philips Healthcare rely on Sisense to innovate, disrupt markets and drive meaningful change in the world. Ranked as the No. 1 Business Intelligence company in terms of customer success, Sisense has also been named one of the Forbes’ Cloud 100, The World’s Best Cloud Companies, five years in a row. Visit us at www.sisense.com and connect with us on LinkedIn, Twitter, and Facebook.

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