Two vendors come to Australia, pick same Sydney partner

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Two vendors come to Australia, pick same Sydney partner

Sydney-based analytics-centric partner Mondelio Worldwide has become a reseller for two companies that have just established Australian presences.

The two vendors are Naveego and SiSense.

Naveego specialises in data accuracy and master data management tools. SiSense is a cloudy analytics and data integration platform.

Mondelio’s president Paul Orfanos told CRN his company chose to resell Naveego as it sees an opportunity to help its clients groom their data ahead of transformation projects.

“Digital transformation is causing some organisations a lot of problems,” he said. “Before you transition you need your data to be cleaned. Naveego does that well.”

“I have been in the data game for a long time,” he added, recalling that when engaging with clients he typically sees “lots of different systems and records, all of them different.”

Naveego therefore represents a tool that will help Mondelio to meet a market opportunity.

Mondelio has even become the first Naveego partner anywhere to adopt the company’s new “Accelerator”, a program that Orfanos said lets customers conduct a 30-day trial and receive a refund if they don’t like the results.

“It is a call to action,” he said in response to CRN’s question about why Mondelio was the first to take on the tool. “It is a risk-free approach to on-boarding.”

Orfanos said Mondelio partnered with SiSense, which he said competes with the likes of Tableau and Microsoft Power BI, to complement both its own core performance management tools and Naveego’s wares.

“SiSense is growing at a rate of knots and has really good tech,” he said.

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