Hitachi Vantara Acquires Io-Tahoe: The Intelligent Data Management Company
Hitachi Vantara acquired I- Tahoe, an innovative data management company of the UK Energy Company الطاقة Centrica. Founded in 2017, I- Tahoe It combines engineering, science, and data analysis on a unified platform, enabling teams to collaborate and innovate faster.
Merge I- Tahoe It’s the latest in a series of investments made by Hitachi, furthering the company’s strategy of digital transformation of critical sectors in social infrastructure, such as energy, transportation, financial services, health and production.
Io-Tahoe’s AI-driven data management software helps Fortune 1000 customers meet the toughest data challenges, increasing data quality, data attribution, workflow approval, governance and regulatory compliance to drive valuable business outcomes. These capabilities will be integrated into the Lumada DataOps suite, a flexible data management framework that provides integration, classification, and edge capabilities.
“We are very excited to add superior technology in data management, quality and compliance to our Lumada DataOps suite,” Radhika Krishnan product head D Hitachi Vantara. “We are empowering our customers to transform their businesses through data, and this acquisition significantly enhances our ability to do so. With the increasing complexity of data environments, Lumada will now provide more context and meaning to information, enabling data innovators to leverage data more accurately and effectively. Optimized cost.
“Hitachi Vantara is the perfect piece of data automation technology in Io-Tahoe,” he said. Ajay Vohora, CEO of Io-Tahoe. “The Lumada DataOps package is the cornerstone of any data-driven initiative and its integration with Io-Tahoe technology creates an attractive suite of offerings with real business impact in a number of industries.”
Ayo Tahoe is led by Ajay Vohora, who has a PhD in Data Science from the University of Cambridge, England. Ajay, along with his talented colleagues from Io-Tahoe in New York, Europe and India, will report to Radhika Krishnan, Chief Product Officer of Hitachi Vantara.
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