November 02, 2017
TCS wins Cloudera's Global Partner of the Year Award
Tata Consultancy Services recognised for business excellence and innovations with Cloudera's machine learning and analytics platform
New York | Mumbai: Tata Consultancy Services (BSE: 532540, NSE: TCS), a leading global IT services, consulting and business solutions organisation, announced that it has been awarded the Global Partner of the Year Award in the Business Excellence category, by Cloudera, at the inaugural Partner Impact Awards Ceremony held at the Cloudera Partner Summit 2017 in New York City.
Cloudera, Inc., the modern platform for machine learning and analytics, optimised for the cloud, selected winners based on Cloudera business metrics determined by a panel of judges. The Business Excellence Award category recognised partners who drove strong business revenue, pipeline and overall investment with Cloudera.
TCS was recognised for delivering tremendous growth as a key solutions integrator partner, with more than 1,200 associates certified on Cloudera, multiple solutions built and certified on Cloudera, and Cloudera resources in eight of its global delivery centres. In addition, TCS drove the most Cloudera partner business wins over the past year.
“We recognise TCS’s important contributions to the success of our customers and want to thank them for their collaboration in building value with Cloudera,” said Philippe Marinier, vice president, business development at Cloudera. “Our partnership with TCS enables us to deliver differentiated business value to global customers,” Mr Marinier added.
“Being awarded the Global Partner of the Year Award by Cloudera is testimony to the strength of our relationship and the value we bring,” said Raman Venkatraman, global head, alliance & technology unit, TCS. “Together, we provide industry and technology capability to enable digital transformation for our customers, and we have built strong enterprise-wide expertise leveraging Cloudera to empower those customers to fully harness the power of Big Data.”