Ideal Analytics Announces Distribution Partnership with Ingram Micro India to Bring Self-Service Analytics to India

Ideal Analytics is privileged to announce its distribution partnership with the largest distributor of software products in India – cloud solutions or otherwise, Ingram Micro India. With this partnership, both the companies aim to bring to the Indian market a web-based, self-service data analytics tool that is available on the cloud as well as in an on-premise model. While Ideal Analytics looks up to connect with the 10000+ strong channel partner network that Ingram Micro has built, Ingram’s value added resellers and system integrators can expect to increase their revenues multi-fold with Ideal-Analytics Cloud in their basket of offerings.

Ideal-Analytics is a definite complement to the ERP and CRM applications that Ingram Micro India already has on its catalogue. Data collated by these enterprise wide systems needs a business intelligence application for business users to extract information which in turn will enable them in decision making. Ideal-Analytics with its self-service, ad-hoc analytics capabilities is a perfect fit. Moreover, the fact that Ideal-Analytics already has ready connectors that let the users bring in data for analysis from multiple heterogeneous sources such as databases, excel/CSV files, third party applications such as, Google Analytics, & social network channels as well, makes it very convenient to use. Ideal-Analytics can handle very large data (several million rows) even over the web and stands strong to cater to all levels of analytics, dashboarding and advanced reporting needs of the Indian business user.

Recent papers released by leading consulting firms including Gartner, IDC and Forrester have highlighted the importance of Business Intelligence for the Indian industry and how Business Intelligence and Data Analytics are right on top of the priority list for CXOs across verticals. According to AMI’s June 2012 study, SaaS based Business Intelligence (BI) solutions are slated to grow around 30% CAGR in the next couple of years.

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