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Dremio Launches Global Partner Network For BI And Analytics Ecosystem


Dremio has announced the launch of the Dremio Partner Network for the BI and analytics ecosystem. The global Partner Network includes Dremio’s cloud, technology, consulting, and system integration (SI) partners such as AWS, Intel, Microsoft, Tableau, Privacera, dbt Labs, Twingo, InterWorks, and others.

The Dremio Partner Network helps the ecosystem meet customers where they are in this shift across three key tenets: driving analytics agility, eliminating complexity, and delivering better price-performance metrics. Dremio’s partner network enables co-innovation with partners upon an open data architecture, combining choice and accelerating innovation with guided ease of use and enterprise-readiness across the BI ecosystem.

Partners drive more business with Dremio by broadening their presence in the data analytics ecosystem. This means driving increased storage and compute consumption and data services attachment with cloud partners, development of value-add solutions with Dremio’s SQL Lakehouse Platform for technology partners, and the inclusion of additional services for consulting and SI partners.

Customers save time and money with Dremio by accelerating their BI and analytics from months to minutes with a no-copy architecture that eliminates expensive and proprietary databases.

Dremio provides partners with many customized benefits, including a dedicated partner account manager, business planning, one-on-one support, education and enablement, sales and technical training and certification, and joint marketing support to drive growth. The partner program also provides substantial discounts, sales incentives and joint marketing funds to Dremio’s global consulting and SI partners.

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