Octopai Earns co-Sell Ready Partner Status
Octopai, the leader in metadata management automation, announced that it has earned Microsoft’s coveted Co-Sell Ready designation through the Microsoft One Commercial Partner Program. Octopai now joins an elite group of global independent software vendors that Microsoft has selected for intensive joint sales, support, and go-to-market initiatives to ensure that organizations can optimize their metadata management across Microsoft platforms.
One of the greatest barriers to proper metadata management is that current tools are often siloed, designed to be on-premises, require a high level of customization, and take months to integrate. Octopai’s cloud-based solution enables organizations to automatically manage and control cross-platform metadata, providing actionable insights about the data flow from across the Microsoft BI Stack. Requiring less than an hour to set up, Octopai’s automated metadata management platform provides unprecedented data lineage and data discovery capabilities so BI groups can help drive the business forward.
“As organizations collect more and more data, they confront major challenges in managing it properly while trying to analyze and gain insights as it moves across the BI landscape. We are excited to collaborate with Octopai to bring superior cross platform metadata management automation to worldwide Microsoft enterprise customers, available on Azure today,” said Warwick Hill, MD of Microsoft for Startups, Western Europe.
Octopai packages full stack data discovery and lineage capabilities across all Microsoft BI tools, including SSIS, MS-SQL, Tabular, OLAP, SSRS and Power BI and increases productivity of day to day operations by providing increased visibility across the entire BI landscape.
“Enterprises around the world turn to Microsoft for the most trusted solution and we are thrilled to expand our partnership with Microsoft with the new status,” said Amnon Drori Co-founder and CEO of Octopai. “Proper metadata management is the key to streamlining data governance, data catalog and data lineage for companies utilizing multiple BI tools. Our goal is to help automate the process for BI teams and enable them to move away from the stone ages of manually mapping the flow of data.”
Microsoft launched its co-sell program in 2016 to provide comprehensive sales and marketing support to partners building solutions with Azure. To be eligible for the program, businesses must submit customer references attesting to successful projects, meet a performance commitment and pass both technology and sales assessments.