Fractal Analytics partners with Google Cloud, offers three AI solutions on AWS

Fractal Analytics partners with Google Cloud, offers three AI solutions on AWS
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15 Apr, 2021

New York based artificial intelligence (AI) solutions provider Fractal Analytics has partnered with Google Cloud to offer its clients advanced cloud analytics and AI services.  

“As a Google Cloud partner, we aim to bring to market, innovative solutions that combine our native AI and analytics capabilities with Google Cloud's scale and capabilities," Pranay Agrawal, co-founder and CEO of Fractal, said. 

The company said that the collaboration will allow it access to an advanced cloud platform, which will help it facilitate accelerated digital transformation to its clients in the segments including consumer packaged goods (CPG), retail and FSI.  

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Separately, Fractal, in a statement on Tuesday, announced that three of its AI-based solutions, Cuddle.ai, Concordia, and Foresient, will be generally available on Amazon Web Services.  

AWS’ infrastructure will provide Fractal with access to compute, storage and services resources, which will help the latter process large amounts of data at a faster rate and enable faster deployments, the company said.  

“We can now help our clients accelerate their AI powered digital journey on the cloud with highly scalable and agile deployment of our software solutions,” Satish Raman, chief strategy officer at Fractal, said on the AWS partnership.  

Cuddle.ai is an augmented analytics platform that utilises AI to improve user data relationships. Concordia works as a scalable machine learning-based data unification platform that can handle large amounts of data. Foresient is a forecasting tool used to predict business process outcomes.  

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Additionally, Fractal will also get access to connectivity with high-performance cloud data warehouses such as Amazon’s Redshift.  

Fractal currently employs over 2,000 people across 16 locations globally. It was founded in 2000 in Mumbai by Srikanth Velamakanni and Pranay Agrawal.