We work with our clients every step of the way, identifying their individual goals and collaborating to achieve the most effective and growth driven Big Data solutions.
Our Data Scientists excel at identifying opportunities and insights from unstructured and non-traditional data sources.
Our experts work with your team to build the architecture needed to support your implementations and extract value from your data.
Our certified experts provide a variety of courses in Hadoop, Spark, NoSQL, Cassandra, Cascading and Big Data Concepts.
Our complete service package includes bespoke application support which will ensure your implemented system is maintained and remains fully operational.
“Big Data Partnership’s breadth of knowledge of Big Data technologies made them an obvious choice, along with the extensive real-world experience of their consultants. The latter is critical – we need to know what works in practice rather than in a white paper”
Jamie Turner, Chief Technology Officer, PCA Predict
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