Pyramid Analytics recently unveiled its newest product, Pyramid 2018. The platform touts a server-based, multi-user analytics OS environment that offers self-service capabilities for end-users. Pyramid 2018 features a platform-agnostic architecture that allows stakeholders to manage data strategies across any environment, regardless of the technology.
Pyramid 2018’s biggest draw is its ability to enable non-technical business users to conduct data science and analytics without the help of IT in a governed environment. The tool enables those users to prepare, model, visualize, analyze, publish, and present data from web browsers and mobile devices.
Pyramid 2018 offers multiple AI engines and language support (R, Python, TensorFlow, Weka, MLIB, SAS runtime and others), which enables organizations to integrate machine learning algorithms into their data activities. Users can write and share their own calculations and algorithms, or use existing algorithms from an online marketplace available within the product.
In a press statement with Marketwired, Pyramid’s co-founder and chief executive Omri Kohl added: “Not only does the Analytics OS set a new standard for self-service analytics, with our product, data leaders can now unify their data silos, leverage existing investments, and realize their analytics strategies. In addition, users can integrate machine learning algorithms into their everyday operations so the organization can broadly benefit from advanced data science techniques.”
Pyramid 2018 is available directly through the Pyramid Analytics website and a worldwide network of partners and OEMs.
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