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Octo Partners with Dataiku to Enable Data Science Collaboration

Octo Partners with Dataiku to Enable Data Science Collaboration
New partnership underscores Octo’s commitment to collaborating with clients to develop mission advancing data solutions

Octo, the premier pure-play IT modernization provider for the Federal Government, announced it has partnered with Dataiku, a platform democratizing access to data and enabling enterprises to build their own path to AI in a human-centric way. The partnership enables Octo to further its commitment to collaborating with customers to provide mission critical solutions in defense, intelligence, health, finance, and law enforcement federal markets.

Dataiku is a back-to-back leader in Gartner’s “Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine-Learning Platforms.” Their Data Science Studio (DSS) is a singular, end-to-end platform that enables mission owners, business analysts, data scientists, and data engineers to work collaboratively in developing and deploying machine and deep learning models. Dataiku was developed for skill-agnostic users who can interact with the software via high-code, low-code, or no-code interfaces. The general purpose platform for data science allows members of a data team to work together across all stages of any data project, including data access, data exploration, data preparation, model development, model deployment, and model monitoring.

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Cindy Walker, Vice President of Octo’s Data Science Center of Excellence said, “It’s all about improving outcomes, and to do that, we need to collaborate with our teams and our customers. Partnering with Dataiku allows us to even better deliver innovations and proven approaches to managing and using data and information to enhance the mission.”

Rob Albritton, Senior Director of Octo’s AI Center of Excellence said, “In a field that is historically siloed, Dataiku democratizes data science across teams and various user personas while maintaining security. This is especially important as we work toward making tactical data accessible to soldiers, first responders, and teams in other sectors that depend on the ability of our data scientists to collaborate and find viable solutions.”

Octo CEO Mehul Sanghani stated, “Octo’s culture of collaboration promotes partnerships like we have established with Dataiku. We are exceedingly pleased to be able to o**** our customers alternatives in data science solutions to address their unique, complex challenges.”

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