Dell Hits Mid-Market With Data Warehousing Solution; DIGIOP Beta Tests It
Round Rock, Texas-based Dell announced the new Dell Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance 1000 that can make it easier for mid-sized organizations to quickly and cost-effectively derive actionable business insights from existing data and make improved business decisions.
“Mid-market organizations, not unlike large enterprises, are challenged by the explosion of data volumes and are looking for better ways to analyze and use this data to gain business insights and stay competitive,” said Ben Linder, executive director, Data Warehousing and Business Intelligence, Dell. “Limited IT resources and budgets have mostly prevented mid-sized organizations from building data warehouses and realizing the insights they need. Dell now offers the mid-market a comprehensive, robust, affordable, and simple data warehouse solution.”
Rich Mellott, president and technology strategist at DIGIOP, which beta tested the appliance, said, “We appreciate the fact that Dell has configured a comprehensive data warehouse platform that includes Dell Boomi, making it much easier for us to incorporate our data into the larger big data environments of our clients. This allows us to focus development on advancing DIGIOP ELEMENTS for our video-enhanced intelligence software which, when bundled with Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance, provides an excellent turnkey solution for our multiple-site and enterprise customers through the Dell channel.”
The Dell Quickstart Data Warehouse Appliance is a comprehensive software, hardware, and support services solution that allows easy integration of data from any source including cloud. It includes start-up and training services as well as quarterly health checks to help ensure ongoing success.
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