DataRobot partners with Informatica to boost enterprise AI
Leading artificial intelligence (AI) firm DataRobot has announced a new partnership with Informatica that will see the companies working together to drive uptake and development of AI across different industries.
Informatica’s big data management solutions will be integrated into DataRobot’s automated machine learning platform, simplifying their shared customers’ access to relevant data sets when developing their own AI and machine learning models.
In the press release, DataRobot said that enterprises will be able to accelerate and scale the development of their own AI solutions alongside delivering state-of-the-art analytics solutions.
“In today’s digital economy, data is the key ingredient to unlocking the power of AI,” said Seann Gardiner, EVP of Business Development at DataRobot, in the press release.
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“This dynamic partnership between DataRobot and Informatica accelerates the AI journey for joint customers by providing an end-to-end solution –everything from data discovery and data integration to model building, deployment and operationalization – so enterprises can become masters of their own AI destinies.”
Ronen Schwartz, SVP and General Manager of Cloud, Big Data and Data Integration at Informatica, added:
“Democratization of data science can be the fastest path to AI for enterprises, and clean, quality data is a critical success factor.”
“Informatica and DataRobot are partnering to accelerate AI projects with comprehensive, easy to use, collaborative data preparation capabilities combined with the ability to find, enrich, and operationalize data from all enterprise systems.”
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