Sendero, Hortonworks Partnership to Streamline, Simplify Big Data Processes for Customers
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SOURCE Sendero Business Services
Sendero's business systems expertise combined with Hortonworks Data Platform to provide a complete solution for clients with big data needs.
DALLAS, March 20, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Sendero Business Services, L.P., a management consulting firm, announces their partnership with Hortonworks Inc., a leading provider of Apache Hadoop-based platform and services, to provide a seamless solution for companies seeking to effectively collect, analyze, and store big data.
Dallas-based Sendero Business Services brings decades of experience in consulting and implementing business solutions to clients across multiple industries. Hortonworks Inc. offers the only data platform with 100% open source distribution of Apache Hadoop – a technology that has emerged as the most efficient and cost-effective way for companies to manage big data.
"Corporations increasingly are searching for answers about how to best manage the demands of big data within their organizations," said Bret Farrar, Founding Partner of Sendero. "While some companies are just beginning to explore how to manage their data, others have been using Hadoop but have worked with vendors that cannot provide the solutions they need. We are excited about our partnership with Hortonworks because we will be able to seamlessly implement a technology platform that enables our clients to efficiently extract and analyze valuable information."
Hadoop has rapidly evolved into a global technology movement. As more companies seek to gather, study, and store large amounts of data, they will rely on IT experts to help guide them in selecting and applying the best solution for their business.
"As the only 100% open source Apache Hadoop distributor, we have seen firsthand the benefits our platform can bring to customers," said Mitch Ferguson, Vice President of Business Development at Hortonworks. "With the Sendero partnership, enterprise customers obtain a fully integrated big data consulting, technology, and implementation solution."
Sendero and Hortonworks will work with clients throughout the U.S. to integrate holistic technology solutions through Apache Hadoop. In order to help potential users understand and experience the benefits of Hadoop, Sendero and Hortonworks are launching a series of informational seminars that will illuminate the positive impact of this big data solution. Topics will include:
Big data and what it really means for businesses
Real-world case studies of current Hadoop users and benefits
Key components of Hadoop-based data management solutions
For more information on these upcoming sessions, or for general information about technology solutions provided by Sendero and Hortonworks, please contact Elyse Murphy, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dallas-based Sendero Business Services is a strategic business partner to companies, ranging in size from start-up to Fortune 500 corporations, seeking to better their business processes, maximize productivity, and gain a clear path to success in an increasingly complex marketplace. With a full suite of strategy and business management, human performance, and technology consulting services, Sendero leverages industry best practices to create innovative, effective, and impactful results for clients. For more information, visit www.senderocorp.com.
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