SAN MATEO, CA and TOKYO, JAPAN – March 14th, 2018 -- Zoomdata, developers of the world's fastest visual analytics platform for big and streaming data, today announced the formation of a partnership with Hitachi INS Software to help develop the big data analytics market in Japan.
“Leading IT Services organizations like Hitachi INS Software recognize the tremendous value in big data analytics,” said Nick Halsey, CEO of Zoomdata. “With further expansion of Japanese digital transformation utilizing IoT and AI systems, the Japanese market size is forecast to expand at an annual growth rate of 10.8%, reaching US$13.0 billion market size in 2021. We are pleased the Hitachi Group has joined with Zoomdata to help grow the big data analytics market in Japan.”
“Japanese businesses are constantly seeking out cutting edge technology, and Zoomdata is at the forefront of modern business intelligence for big data,” said Yasushi Ishiki, General Manager, Hitachi INS Software. “We are excited to partner with Zoomdata to grow the big data analytics market in Japan, and introduce their advanced modern business intelligence platform to our group companies and customers.”
Zoomdata has announced it will deliver a localized version of it’s product in Japanese by mid-2018. The Tokyo office has seen strong interest coming from the Automotive, IoT, Financial Services, and Telecommunications industries.
Zoomdata’s market traction and technology innovations have garnered widespread recognition. Zoomdata debuted in the visionary quadrant in the 2017 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms and Gartner also named Zoomdata a 2016 Cool Vendor. Zoomdata received the #1 ranking in both the 2017 and 2016 annual Big Data Analytics Market Study from Dresner Advisory Services, an independent, non-sponsored and crowd-sourced market research firm. In addition, Zoomdata was named a Ventana Research 2016 Technology Innovation Award for Operational Intelligence, and was recognized as a 2017 Hot Vendor in Streaming Analytics by Aragon Research.
Zoomdata receives widespread recognition. The Tokyo office has seen interest from the Automotive, IoT, Financial Services, and Telecommunications industries.