Sisense, a leading AI-driven platform for infusing analytics everywhere, is forming a partnership with Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, in addition to achieving premier Status in the Snowflake Partner Connect Program with its optimized real-time live connector.
As a part of this milestone, Sisense’s optimized connector, originally launched in 2020, is now certified on Snowflake’s platform.
Sisense connects directly to Snowflake’s data warehouse using the certified connector to flexibly deliver access to all present and future data for detailed data exploration and insights.
Additionally, the Sisense connector affords customers the ability to join, clean, and create data with code-free and code-first editors that write directly back to the Snowflake platform for a democratized use. This capability was introduced to the Sisense platform during the 2019 acquisition of Periscope Data.
Sisense and Snowflake share highly available and scalable cloud native architectures that are deployed cross-cloud– that are meeting and exceeding complex data demands across an increasingly common customer base.
The two platforms, working side by side to develop the next phase of consumer friendly and accessible insights, is focused on making analytics invisible and approachable.
Users can create embedded actionable insights anywhere, within their apps and workflows, leveraging Sisense’s broad API set and advanced analytics capabilities.
Sisense Fusion Embed is the API-first analytics platform that infuses fully white-labeled and customized analytic experiences into customer applications and workflows at scale that goes beyond the dashboard to seamlessly infuse AI-powered intelligence into products.
“We are excited to certify Sisense as a Premier partner and feel proud of the combination that the Snowflake and Sisense technologies offer that powers our customers’ analytical applications,” Colleen Kapase, vice president of global alliances at Snowflake said. “Having Sisense be a part of our Snowflake Partner Connect Program truly enhances our partner ecosystem for the better.”
To enhance the way data teams are able to connect directly to the Snowflake data warehouse through Sisense to flexibly prepare, query, and manage structured and semi-structured data within Snowflake, Sisense participated in the beta of Snowflake’s Snowpark developer experience. This provides data teams a way to leverage custom SQL to execute existing Java UDFs that are in Snowflake.
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