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Alteryx continues global expansion in booming ANZ region

09 Apr 15

Alteryx, the software company specialising in advanced data analytics, has expanded its presence in the Australia and New Zealand (ANZ) market.

In a statement the company said the ANZ region is ‘rapidly growing' and it already has a number of customers including Amaysim, Fonterra and ReturnToWorkSA.

The vendor has set up a team in Sydney to serve the partner community as well as customers.

Dean Stocker, Alteryx CEO, says, "We've seen a surge of interest in data blending and advanced analytics in Australia and New Zealand and a local team in Sydney will help us fulfil that demand.

"This is the next step in our continued global expansion."

Furthermore, in order to accelerate deployments across the region, Alteryx is teaming with regional consulting firms such as MIP in Australia and Webranz in New Zealand.

"MIP is an Alteryx Premier Partner and we have quickly added thirty customers, many with multiple Alteryx deployments," says Steve Hitchman, MIP Group managing director.

"Largely because of Alteryx' ease of use, ease of implementation and rapid ROI, it has quickly become the cornerstone of MIP's analytics offering," says Hitchman.

Nick Lupis, Webranz general manager, says, "We are very pleased to be part of the Alteryx partner community, delivering data blending and advanced analytics solutions to our customers.

“We see significant opportunity in the market to empower analysts to deliver business insights faster, in hours instead of weeks."

Alteryx will be represented in Australia by Alteryx ANZ, headed by industry-veteran JJ Phillips.  

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