JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Pragmatic Works, in conjunction with Microsoft, recently sponsored a business intelligence roundtable at Microsoft’s New York office to educate IT decision makers about Microsoft’s new MPP appliance, the Parallel Data Warehouse (PDW).
Benefits of investing in PDW include accelerating a company’s data performance, analytics and integration platforms. PDW aids companies in realizing significant reductions in monthly technology costs, as well as providing a comprehensive data warehouse solution.
“Microsoft and Pragmatic Works’ goal is to help businesses work more effectively and efficiently,” said Adam Jorgensen, president of consulting at Pragmatic Works. “Pragmatic Works’ global team works across many industry sectors to assess, train and implement the PDW solution for companies in need of a data warehouse solution.”
Speakers at the business intelligence seminar included Adam Jorgensen of Pragmatic Works, and Mike Clark and Vaughn Washington of Microsoft. Working alongside Microsoft, Pragmatic Works has become the market leader in PDW.
For information about future events contact nationwide Senior Vice President of Alliance Services Robert Beatty at Pragmatic Works by email at rbeatty(at)pragmaticworks(dot)com.
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About Pragmatic Works
Pragmatic Works was founded in 2007 by Microsoft SQL Server MVP and author Brian Knight.
Pragmatic Works’ mission is to make businesses more intelligent by simplifying how to use, learn and accelerate technology. The company accomplishes this by developing software that simplifies previously difficult projects, delivering top-tier consultants and trainers and introducing the unemployed or underemployed to technology with the Pragmatic Works Foundation. Pragmatic Works serves more than 6,500 customers globally, including Bank of America, Liberty Mutual and Revlon. For more information visit http://www.pragmaticworks.com or call 904-638-5743.