Visual analytics firm Qlik has named Acumen BI - an intelligence solutions provider - as its first Elite Solution Provider in New Zealand, following “exceptional client service” for enterprise customers.
According to the company, Acumen BI has been awarded Elite Solution Provider status in recognition of its ability to provide business intelligence solutions across a range of industries.
By providing tailor-made solutions based on Qlik’s platform approach to visual analytics, Acumen BI has solidified its position as a specialist firm in aggregating data analytics to drive operational and strategic business decisions.
“We are honoured to be recognised as a Qlik Elite Solution Provider,” says Daniel Gargiulo, Qlik Practice Lead, Acumen BI.
“Not only because of our strong commitment in providing clients with a complete picture of their business operations, but also to acknowledge the mutual benefits our companies have derived from the partnership.
“Our team at Acumen BI has been hard at work to make this partnership a success and I commend their efforts as we push forward with new opportunities.
“Elite Solution Provider status is a springboard to greater growth and it is a mark of our continued desire to strengthen our relationship in the years ahead.”
As a result of the partnership, Acumen has experienced software sales growth rate of 235 percent during the past twelve months.
“We are thrilled to elevate Acumen BI to the level of Elite Solution Provider,” adds Sharryn Napier, Vice President and Regional Director of Australia and New Zealand, Qlik.
“Their commitment to providing customers with exceptional insight has led to a valuable partnership that has helped push the Qlik platform forward and keep it on the cutting edge of innovation in visual analytics.”
Acumen BI was formed under the Acumen consulting group to offer business intelligence services to New Zealand enterprises with clients ranging from owner operated businesses to multi-national corporations in industries as diverse as financial services, retail, government, health care and education.