Pitney Bowes partners with Cloudera for Big Data solutions

Pitney Bowes partners with Cloudera for Big Data solutions

Pitney Bowes is partnering with Cloudera to deploy geospatial processing and data quality solutions to end users on top of Cloudera Enterprise. According to Pitney Bowes, clients will now have access to powerful location-based technology to enrich their Big Data investments.

“Working with Pitney Bowes allows us to deliver location-based and data quality solutions to our clients,” said Tom Pinckney, Head of Business Development at Cloudera. “Together, we will be able to digitally deliver change agents to our clients that will ultimately improve overall compliance, reduce operational costs, enhance customer intimacy, and secure competitive advantage in the market.”

Through the partnership, Pitney Bowes has certified its data quality and advanced geospatial and geo-enrichment capabilities on Cloudera Enterprise.

“Location-based data, in particular, plays a critical role in how businesses understand their customer because it is one of the most consistent ways to link people, places and things,” said Pitney Bowes.

 

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