Offering Large-Scale Data Analytics to Enable Smart, Actionable Decisions
May 10, 2016, MOUNTAIN VIEW, CALIF. — Treasure Data and Looker have joined forces through a go-to-market and technology partnership to offer customers a native integration to easily collect, manage, analyze and visualize data at scale. Data scientists, marketing and DevOps teams can effectively access all of their data in a centralized data hub and ask the right questions to make valuable, informed decisions.
Currently, customers are able to integrate Treasure Data and Looker through Data Tanks, Treasure Data’s hosted data mart for production analytics. Soon, data driven organizations will be able to make advanced, interactive queries through a direct Presto SQL integration between Treasure Data and Looker.
“Companies cannot rely on outdated or incomplete data to make informed business decisions today. The magic is in the data and our goal is to provide customers with quick, simple access to the right data when they need it,” said Kiyoto Tamura, Vice President of Marketing at Treasure Data. “By integrating with industry leading technology providers, such as Looker, we are able to help our customers create a data culture where they can easily access all of their data at scale to understand real-time trends and ultimately make decisions faster, with confidence.”
From data collection to storage, queries and robust visualization tools, the integration is similar to a five-star hotel. Customers can be up and running within minutes with a comprehensive, end-to-end analytics solution and get the answers and tools they need, when they need them, with best-in-class services and architectures.
“Treasure Data and Looker have enabled us to scale analytics data collection and make our customer analytics data accessible to the entire customer base without investing in additional engineering overhead. Our Engineering and Operations teams are now able to focus more time on our core product instead of worrying about our analytics applications and infrastructure,” said Jad DeFanti, Vice President, Technical Operations at Tout, a joint customer of Treasure Data and Looker.
“Looker continues to invest in a rich ecosystem of modern data companies that offer customers a breadth of choices to quickly get them enabled for interactive analytics, regardless of state of their data infrastructure,” said Keenan Rice, VP of Alliances at Looker. “We’ve partnered with Treasure Data to allow our customers to have their entire data pipeline and infrastructure up in a matter of days, so that anyone in the organization can start generating insights immediately without going through the months or years of building their own from scratch.”
Looker and Treasure Data will be hosting a webinar on June 2, 2016 at 10 a.m. PDT: “Data Stack Considerations: Build vs. Buy at Tout”
For more information, visit our webinar registration page here.
Looker brings data-driven decision-making to every level of an enterprise with a data platform that creates a single source of truth so every business team can easily ask and answer their own questions. The company is powering data-driven cultures at more than 500 industry- leading companies such as Yahoo!, Gilt, Warby Parker, and Sony. The company is headquartered in Santa Cruz, California, with offices in San Francisco, New York, and London.
Investors include Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Meritech Capital Partners, Redpoint Ventures, First Round Capital, Sapphire Ventures, and PivotNorth. For more information, Connect with us on LinkedIn, on Twitter, Facebook and YouTube or visit www.looker.com.
About Treasure Data
Treasure Data is an analytics infrastructure-as-a-service provider that collects event data from dispersed sources, stores it at scale, and refines and transforms it to help businesses leverage their data to make smart decisions. Treasure Data’s global customer base includes Pebble, Pioneer and Yahoo! Japan, among others. Collectively, the companies send more than a million events every second to Treasure Data and ask nearly two million questions against them every month to inform smarter business decisions.
Founded in 2011, Treasure Data is a private company backed by investors, including Sierra Ventures, Scale Venture Partners, IT Farm, Bill Tai, and Jerry Yang, among others. To learn more, visit www.treasuredata.com.