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Distribution Central increases data analytics play with Sumo Logic

Distribution Central increases data analytics play with Sumo Logic

Sumo has recently added a number of new customers including Australia Post, carsales.com.au, Webjet, Rewardle and Tyro Payments

Distribution Central has added data analytics provider, Sumo Logic, to its portfolio across A/NZ.

The Cloud-native data analytics service provides real-time intelligence across an organisation’s entire infrastructure and application stack.

The partnership comes on the back of Sumo’s increasing momentum in the local market through adding a number of customers such as Australia Post, carsales.com.au, Rewardle, Tyro Payments, Viocorp, Webjet and Whispir.

"Data analytics is increasingly vital for businesses as they move away from just storing data, and focus on refining and drawing insights and business outcomes from it,” Distribution Central CEO, Nick Verykios, said.

This partnership is part of a larger strategy focused on developing a strong Sumo Logic channel community within the region and will include a partner program providing access to partner pricing and training programs.

"Distribution Central's strong partner base as well as their breadth and depth of technical expertise particularly within data analytics and security is ideally suited for the Sumo Logic platform," Sumo Logic vice president of worldwide channel, Matt Handler, said.

"As Sumo Logic continues to invest and expand in the Asia Pacific region, Distribution Central's extensive partner network provides the ideal way for us to scale and reach new customers within the region and we are thrilled to be partnering with them."

Sumo Logic has alliance, solution and technology partners including Amazon Web Services, Chef, Cloudten, Docker, Hitachi Data Systems, Kiandra IT, Microsoft, OCG and Red BearIT.

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