Dataflux is currently the exclusive vendor partner for the practice which was launched in the last month under the direction of Integral’s data management unit head John Lowe.
Integral has four divisions including project delivery, middleware and integration, and a support practice. The data management unit launched a year ago as its new fourth division and currently employs six staff focused on large projects.
Integral Technology Solutions managing director Cameron Tuesley said the company chose DataFlux because of its “advanced technology and its unique approach to data management”.
“DataFlux has world-class software that can solve a variety of data challenges and a set of time-tested methodologies that will help our clients transform their data into a corporate asset.
“We believe the data management space will experience tremendous growth in the next few years as companies seek to cleanse, validate, control, integrate and gain faster access to the information they have, in order to use trusted data to make quick business decisions.”