Ingram Micro Cloud | May 19, 2022
Ingram Micro Cloud today announced that it has expanded the scope of its multi-year Strategic Collaboration Agreement (SCA) with Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), to include focused initiatives to accelerate the development of Ingram Micro's channel partners’ capabilities in supporting public sector customers. With this multi-year collaboration, Ingram Micro Cloud will expand its AWS solutions and service offerings to federal, state, and local government, healthcare, education, research, and other government institutions, as well as non-profit organizations across U.S., Latin America, Canada and Caribbean (LCC), European Economic Area (EEA), and Asia Pacific Japan (APJ) regions
Ingram Micro Cloud plans to focus on enabling Software and Services partners to become go-to-market ready Public Sector AWS Partners through: 1) Deep developmental engagement and proven practice build frameworks, 2) Innovating and developing new offerings on AWS, 3) Scaling and training its resources to better support channel partners across a wide range of services including, sales enablement, practice development, technical enablement, professional services, and business and financial support.
“Ingram Micro Cloud is thrilled to continue strengthening our relationship with AWS in a way that brings more opportunity for our partners servicing customers in the public sector,” said Victor Baez, senior vice president, global cloud channel sales, Ingram Micro Cloud. “There’s never been a better time for us to focus intensely on our core cloud solutions business, and this SCA with AWS further underpins our commitment to driving accelerated growth for our partners.”
We are pleased to expand our relationship with Ingram Micro Cloud. Through the SCA, we’re looking forward to helping thousands of companies and customers grow and transform their business, accelerate their AWS development journey, and launch new solutions that will help public sector organizations meet their mission.”
Jeff Kratz, general manager, worldwide public sector (WWPS) partners, AWS.
Ingram Micro Cloud and AWS first signed a global Strategic Collaboration Agreement in March 2021. This latest expansion comes as both companies work towards further scaling Ingram Micro Cloud’s capabilities with public sector customers across more than 20 countries.
“Insight has uniquely positioned with Ingram Micro to meet the challenges of an ever-expanding cloud services market, with worldwide end-user spending on public cloud services forecasted to grow 20.4% in 2022 to a total of $494.7 billion, and U.S. Federal Cloud investments projected to grow to 11.4B by FY 2023, with an annual CAGR of 10.9%,” said Scott Friedlander, senior vice president, US Public Sector, Insight. “Our partnership with Ingram Micro is helping us keep pace with and accelerate the adoption of cloud technology, while enabling us to continue to support the critical security, performance, and mission requirements of our public sector clients with the most economical and effective solutions.”
Ingram Micro Cloud is an AWS Advanced Services Partner and AWS Distributor with AWS Well-Architected Partner Program status as well as DevOps Consulting and Cloud Management Tools ISV Competencies. Ingram Micro Cloud has built an AWS Cloud Center of Excellence (CCoE) team with more than 250 combined AWS validated qualifications.
Ingram Micro Cloud also provides end-to-end engagement models to assist AWS Services Path Partners as well as AWS Software Path Partners with their journey on the AWS cloud.
About Ingram Micro Cloud
Ingram Micro Cloud brings together innovators and problem solvers to help the world accomplish more. It facilitates and manages the cloud’s complex digital value chain—all powered by CloudBlue technology. With unmatched global reach, easy access to automated go-to-market and integration tools, deep technical expertise, and a curated selection of scalable SaaS and IaaS solutions, Ingram Micro Cloud helps vendors, resellers, and managed service providers by offering More as a Service.
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Lendio | February 24, 2022
Lendio, the nation’s leading small business financial solutions marketplace, announced the beta launch of its new lender-tech platform and loan origination software (LOS). This cloud-based platform will be the first to truly empower financial institutions with greater efficiency, speed and reduced risk while delivering a customer-centric and seamless experience for borrowers.
The LOS was developed to address specific pain points in business lending and allow Financial Institutions (FIs) to issue business loans at scale. The Lendio platform provides complete end-to-end LOS automated underwriting and eliminates the need for expensive manual loan processing, reducing costs and allowing FIs to expand the base of creditworthy customers.
“During the past two years and through PPP, we saw the challenges, inefficiencies, and inequities in business lending and the marketplace need for banks, lenders, and community development financial institutions (CDFIs) to have better lending solutions and technology to serve business customers, especially small businesses,”
Lendio CEO Brock Blake
The technology’s beta launch is being coordinated with two of Lendio’s key partners from the Lendio Marketplace ecosystem of financial institutions. Each will have early access and provide feedback on features, workflows, roadmaps, and the customer experience.
Long-term, the lender-tech platform and LOS will become the foundation for a customer-centric product for banks, alternative lenders, and CDFIs seeking efficient and affordable underwriting solutions.
"We are overjoyed to enter the hands-on testing phase of our lender-tech platform after all of the work and dedication put into developing it," says Lendio Lender Tech & Services GM and Head of Corporate Strategy, Denada Ramnishta. "Working in collaboration with our FI partners and leveraging their input and insights will be key to fulfilling Lendio’s mission of making business lending efficient, seamless, and accessible to all business owners. We’re excited to rethink what’s possible for business lending."
Lendio anticipates an official launch of its lender-tech platform later in 2022.
Lendio is the nation’s leading online lending marketplace with a mission to make capital accessible to all small business owners in the U.S. Since its inception in 2011, Lendio has facilitated more than 300,000 small business loans and other financing options totaling over $12 billion. Lendio was named a Best Small Business Loan Of 2022 by Forbes Advisor, and has ranked on Fortune’s Best Workplaces in Financial Services & Insurance and Inc.’s Best Workplaces for three years running. In 2021, Lendio Gives, the company’s charitable giving program, exceeded $1 million in microloans to low-income entrepreneurs around the world.
Crux | April 13, 2022
Crux, the leading provider of external data integration solutions, is pleased to announce an expansion of its partnership with Google Cloud. During its Data Cloud Summit on April 6, 2022, Google Cloud announced the launch of Analytics Hub. Crux will integrate its data mobility capabilities with Google Cloud Analytics Hub, helping enable advanced data sharing capabilities and access to partner data from industry leaders like Factset, MSCI, Morningstar, BoardEx, Institutional Shareholder Services, Euronext FX, Linkup, and many others.
"As external data becomes more critical to organizations across industries, the need for a unified experience between data integration and analytics has never been more important. We are proud to be working with Google Cloud to integrate with Analytics Hub, feeding hundreds of pre-engineered data pipelines for external datasets," said Dan Lynn, SVP Product at Crux. "The sharing capabilities that Analytics Hub delivers will significantly enhance the data mobility requirements of practitioners, and the Crux data integration platform stands ready to quickly integrate any external data source and deliver on behalf of customers."
With seamless and secure access to partner data through Crux's integration with Analytics Hub, customers can more quickly discover, share, and act on data within their existing cloud environment. We're excited to continue our partnership with Crux to help organizations utilize their data to identify new opportunities and grow their businesses."
Manvinder Singh, Director, IaaS/PaaS Partnerships, Google Cloud.
Analytics Hub customers can now use Crux to onboard data faster for trials, routinely operate pipelines from any source, and transform any dataset before loading it into the platform. These capabilities enhance the Analytics Hub experience for users by providing a speedier data integration experience.
The demand for data mobility services for both internal and external data is going to continue to expand as the presence of data increases exponentially across all industries. To learn more about Crux's partnership with Google Cloud or how we're simplifying external data, visit cruxinformatics.com or get started with Analytics Hub on Google Cloud here.
Crux is a cloud-based data integration and operations platform that accelerates the value realization between internal and external data. Crux partners with our customers to ensure they get the data they need, how they need it and where they need it. Its team builds data pipelines at scale and operates over 25K pre-engineered pipelines, delivering public and third-party datasets to the destination of choice. Crux pipelines come with embedded data monitoring, validations and transformations, and are supported 24/7 by our global operations team. Crux works with over 50 enterprise clients and is backed by Two Sigma, Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and Citi, among others.
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TGS | January 10, 2022
TGS, a global provider of energy data and intelligence, announced a project designed to help drive exploration across the South Makassar and North East Java regions. Processing has begun on the East Java Sea 2D-cubed project. This project will utilize 2D-cubed technology to integrate all existing seismic data across a 270,000 square kilometer area to create a one-stop tool for regional evaluation.
The dataset will combine over 120,000 kilometers of 2D seismic data from over 80 legacy surveys into a single exploration tool and create a well data package comprising 88 wells. The final multi-client product, supported by Ditjen Migas, Pusdatin ESDM, SKK Migas and Pertamina, will be unrivaled in its coverage. A single conformable seismic volume will allow customers to develop structural and geological models in their pre-study evaluation process.
This project covers significant acreage in the 2nd 2021 Indonesian License round, including the Agung-I and Agung-II blocks. Early project deliverables are expected from Q2 2022.
2D-cubed is a unique technology from TGS that generates a 3D seismic volume from a set of 2D lines. It uses an advanced structurally conformable interpolation algorithm to maximize the potential of existing 2D multi-vintage and 3D data. The resultant volume can be used for both regional interpretation and the optimization of subsequent 3D and 2D survey designs. TGS has undertaken similar large-scale projects in other Asia Pacific basins in places such as Timor-Leste and Australia to industry acclaim. This technology has also been applied offshore Sakhalin, Russia, and throughout the Norwegian and UK North Seas.
"TGS is committed to developing multi-client seismic projects that help drive exploration in Indonesia. This regional product will enable exploration companies to efficiently assess hydrocarbon prospectivity and initiate studies on vast volumes of data in unprecedented timeframes."
Kristian Johansen, CEO at TGS
This project is supported by industry funding.
TGS provides scientific data and intelligence to companies active in the energy sector. In addition to a global, extensive and diverse energy data library, TGS offers specialized services such as advanced processing and analytics alongside cloud-based data applications and solutions.