Stellar Consulting has been appointed as the first Domo Certified Partner in New Zealand, as the business intelligence experts expand capabilities across the country.
As a member of the Domo partner network, Stellar will build on its expertise in helping Kiwi organisations, government agencies and non-profits leverage data to optimise operations and boost levels of innovation.
Specifically, the Domo partner network is an extension of Domo’s Business Cloud, representing a range of industry-leading companies with complementary technologies, solutions and services.
“Domo is a complete analytics platform that is incredibly user-friendly,” Stellar general manager Nicholas Glanfield said.
“The data visualisations within Domo are superb, plus there’s built-in collaboration and a great community of users who are continually extending the Domo universe.”
As explained by Glanfield, Domo comes with 450 built-in connectors allowing users to easily import data from sources such as accounting software, CRM systems and social media accounts, accessing databases and spreadsheets in the process.
Globally, Domo counts organisations such as Mastercard, DHL and National Geographic as customers while closer to home, the vendor works with a number of large financial institutions, high tech companies and media, such as Fox Sports in Australia.
“We're excited to be partnering with Stellar to further expand Domo's global footprint now through New Zealand,” Domo partner sales manager APAC Jude Bolton added.
“As our first go-to-market partner in New Zealand, having the experience and depth of knowledge of an organisation like Stellar is a perfect alignment for our business optimisation platform.
“With almost US$700 million invested in Domo, and over 2000 customers globally, Domo and Stellar will provide business users in the region the ability to bring their people and their data together in real-time to make better decisions.”
Based in Auckland, Stellar specialises in strategy, data, analytics and intelligence solutions, with customers including Toyota, Vodafone, the New Zealand Defence Force and Auckland Council among others.