Dataiku and Keyrus UK partner to build better artificial intelligence for companies

Dataiku, the maker of the enterprise data science software platform Dataiku Data Science Studio (DSS), has announced a partnership in the UK with Keyrus, one of the world’s leading data consultancies.

The two companies have already engaged in successful partnerships in France and the US and have now agreed to partner in the UK to streamline the process of building data applications for some of the largest companies in the country.

As more and more data is being produced in almost every aspect of business, from online customer interactions to IoT data from industrial machinery, there is an opportunity for companies to generate meaningful insight from this data using the latest technologies in machine learning, AI and data science.

As a result, the leading and most competitive companies, across every industry, are the ones who take advantage of this data to create powerful analytics applications that make business decisions based upon data.

Keyrus, a global organisation with 2700 employees and offices in 17 countries, is one of the world’s leading data consultancies, providing custom solutions that enable companies to unlock powerful insights about their products, customers, and business processes. They provide cutting edge data science expertise to some of the largest companies in the world, including L’Oréal, ABInBev, GMF, AXA, BNP Paribas, Carrefour, AT&T, Orange and Disneyland.

Santiago Castro

To better serve their UK customers and efficiently and effectively build data products with the most recent, cutting-edge technologies, they have announced a partnership in the UK with enterprise data science software maker and UK Enterprise startup of the year, Dataiku.  A company that also just announced a new 21.5 million pound Series B fundraising round to grow their global operations and expand heavily in the UK.

“As a result of this partnership our clients can now benefit from a unique joint value proposition” said Santiago Castro, head of Strategy at Keyrus UK. “Joining Keyrus Management Transformation offering with DSS platform will help customers accelerate their digital transformation by democratising AI for the citizens, while facilitating collaboration of various communities of Data Scientists, business analysts and IT who can jointly work, innovate, share understandings and insights in a common platform”.

The two companies have already successfully partnered in France and the United States to streamline the process of building data science applications for some of the largest companies in those markets.

“We are very excited to announce this partnership with Keyrus UK and help them provide data innovation to their customers in the UK,” said Jennifer Roubaud, VP of UK and Ireland with head UK of Dataiku. “This synergy aligns perfectly with our goals of partnering with leading innovators in the UK to build strong relationships and powerful products that help companies become data driven. We are excited to work with them and contribute to the local community of innovation and continue providing incredible solutions to our customers.”

Jennifer Roubaud

Dataiku is the maker of the all-in-one enterprise platform, Dataiku Data Science Studio (DSS), an advanced analytics software solution that enables companies to build and deliver data products more efficiently. Thanks to a collaborative and team-based user interface and a unified framework for both development and deployment of data projects, customers such as L’Oreal, Intermedix, Hostelworld, and many more, can easily apply machine learning and data science techniques to all types, sizes, and formats of raw data to build and deploy predictive data flows.

Dataiku is also known for being an international community of ‘passionate data pioneers and nerds’ that employs and is led by some of the top data scientists in the world, who not only create data solutions to solve real-world problems for their clients, but who also continuously explore and push further the frontiers of data science and its technologies.

The two will work closely together in London, where together they will also foster innovation through events that bring together innovators, thought leaders, and industry pioneers that are building London into a global hub of Data Science and Artificial Intelligence innovation.

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