The new offices will serve as the hub of the company’s operations in Asia-Pacific and Japan and will be led by the newly-appointed Shyam Sundar as head of APJ.
Anodot says Sundar brings almost two decades of experience leading hyper-growth, advanced business intelligence, analytics and anomaly detection at companies such as Cloudera, HP Vertica and Sybase.
According to Anodot — a member of the Amazon Web Services Partner Network — it has significant APJ market adoption already from including leading Australian customers like Optus and Atlassian.
Anodot’s patented machine learning and autonomous analytics solution enables analysts to track and correlate massive volumes of business and IT data in real time to identify business incidents and their root causes immediately.
Sundar said the company’s APJ customers using AWS, including Optus and Atlassian, rely on Anodot’s self-service SaaS platform to find revenue, quality and other business risks in real-time and work across teams to uncover blind spots that can damage revenue or reputation.
According to Sundar, Anodot’s collaboration with AWS also provides new opportunities for customers to innovate using AWS services including Amazon Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Amazon Kinesis video streaming, and Amazon Redshift – a fast, scalable data warehouse designed to make it simple and cost-effective to analyse data.
“Our customers’ experience is our top priority, and it is a huge undertaking to surface potential issues across the massive amounts of data we handle hourly,” said Jason Wong, director, Network Analytics at Optus.
“We find Anodot’s technology invaluable in identifying issues and opportunities buried deep in the data streams of different business and IT sources to optimize our customer experience and our business.”
“Australian and Asian enterprises are accelerating their digital transformations, and Anodot’s autonomous analytics platform goes far beyond traditional offerings,” said Anodot’s chief executive and co-founder, David Drai.