AquaQ Analytics announces partnership with Belfast tracking firm Kinsetsu
Big data company AquaQ Analytics has announced a strategic partnership with fellow Belfast firm Kinsetsu.
The partnership between the analytics company and the intelligent tracking solutions firm will result in an enhanced offering to both public and private sector organisations globally.
The move comes eight months after Belfast-headquartered AquaQ announced an £8.3 million expansion to create another 123 jobs in Belfast
It said client needs around real time data capture and analytics continues to grow, as data becomes increasingly central to real time decision making. And whether that is across Financial Data, IoT Data or Sensor Data, this is a key area where both AquaQ Analytics and Kinsetsu make a difference with innovative technology and software solutions.
Kinsetsu primarily works with healthcare, defence & security, energy and government organisations. This new partnership will allow AquaQ and Kinsetsu to offer enhanced solutions to public and private sector organisations, enabling clients to capture and analyse data more effectively, thereby delivering valuable insights and improved decision making.
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Ivy McFarlane, AquaQ Business Development Director, views the partnership as an important development.
Shee continued: “Combining our expertise with that of Kinsetsu’s will allow us to enhance ‘best-of-breed’ solutions to the public and private sectors globally as we move into new verticals. Their domain expertise in Intelligent Tracking is industry topping. We have complementary skillsets across our two companies that we hope to benefit from.
“The ability to capture and analyse data in real-time, making it available to key decision makers across different levels of the organisation, has the potential to truly transform the way businesses operate.”
Joanne O’Doherty, Kinsetsu’s CEO added “Combining our enterprise IoT skills and experience with AquaQ’s domain knowledge in analytics has the power to transform outcomes for clients in multiple verticals. Kinsetsu’s intelligent tracking platform delivers real-time monitoring and tracking of hundreds of thousands of diverse business assets, transforming workflow by combining the power of IoT sensors, automation and analytics to improve operational outcomes in public and private sector.”
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