Innodata received an official partner status under the SAS Partner Program. The status gives the right to participate in the distribution and licensing of SAS software, implement and provide services for adapting SAS solutions to the requirements, infrastructure and goals set by the customer.
The partnership will provide an opportunity to bring complex solutions covering several areas of customer activity at once to the market. This will increase the manageability of the entire business and the quality of work in particular areas, simplify and accelerate the development of new services, minimize financial losses, and increase profits.
“SAS is a recognized leader in technological software and client analytics applications, data management, advanced solutions for managing data models, while Innodata has extensive experience in implementing solutions in these areas,” comments Alexander Sergienko, Innodata executive director. “The SAS methodology for accelerating T2M analytical projects (ModelOps) will enable efficient implementation of analytical models to be performed and tangible business results to be obtained. We are confident that the partnership will strengthen the expertise of both companies and offer our customers a completely new approach to business management”.
Alexander Tikhonov, CEO of SAS Russia/CIS, says that assignment of the official partner status to Innodata means that our Russian customers will have more opportunities to implement SAS, embed serious analytics into their business processes, and realize complex analytical projects. We are an international corporation and a leader in innovation; therefore, we place very high demands on our partners. Innodata’s specialists have the necessary expertise, and companies interested in using SAS solutions will certainly benefit from the fact that now there is a new active team on the market ready to help with implementation.
The expertise of Innodata and the technological stack of SAS solutions enable both companies to reach a new level of development of relationships with customers in both commercial and the public sectors, in particular, shorten the development time of projects and increase the efficiency of integration and services.