Digital Engineering Services provider Indium has been recognized as a strong Contender in the ISG Provider LensTM Analytics Services US Report 2021. Indium has been recognized for its capabilities in Data Engineering, Data Science, and Data Life Cycle Management Services.
ISG Provider Lens Analytics Services Report evaluated more than 55 major analytics players for their solutioning capabilities, partner ecosystem, and competitive strengths, among other factors.
“Indium Software’s data analytics offerings exhibit robust capabilities with foundations built on a talented team with exceptional domain knowledge and multi-technology expertise. Leveraging more than two decades of transformational experience, DevOps, and cloud engineering, Indium Software has been able to industrialize their offerings to suit industry demands and solve unique business challenges. These capabilities are complemented by several strategic technology partnerships to enhance their portfolio and competitiveness in the U.S. market,” said, Gowtham Kumar, Lead Analyst, ISG.
Commenting on the recognition, Ram Sukumar, CEO, Indium Software, said, “We are delighted to be recognized as a strong Contender in Analytics Services US Report 2021. Analytics has become a high priority today due to the rapidly evolving business landscape. We are aggressively extending our presence in the data analytics market with a strong partner ecosystem such as AWS, Microsoft, Striim and Denodo. We are also enhancing our capabilities in the data analytics platforms space with GCP and Databricks.”
With a robust portfolio and strong in-house solutioning capabilities, Indium is committed to delivering specialized proprietary solutions such as text analytics accelerator (teX.ai) and bespoke analytics solutions for businesses to stay ahead in the market. Indium has created a niche for itself as a one-stop-shop for data and analytics needs, irrespective of their domain or data maturity. The company foresees that a data-driven transformation leveraging multi-source data engineering will bring more value to its customers in their digital journey.
“ISG’s report highlights Indium’s inherent capabilities in digital engineering, combined with its data-centric approach in delivering tailored solutions. We are investing more than 5 percent of our analytics revenue in AI and ML solutions with a focus on Text, Natural Language Processing (NLP), Image and Video analytics solutions,” said Satish Pala, CTO, Indium Software.