MapR Adds Three More Notable Awards to its Roster for Corporate Impact, Technology Innovation and Workforce Diversity
December 04, 2018
Santa Clara, Calif. – December 4, 2018 – MapR Technologies, Inc., provider of the industry's next generation data platform for AI and Analytics, today announced the addition of three more notable awards to its continuously growing awards roster, as follows:
- Skilljar Customer Awards – MapR was awarded the "Impact Award" which recognizes customer programs that set and achieved ambitious corporate business goals.
- Solutions Review, "Our 7 Favorite "Most Promising" Big Data Solution Providers in 2018" – The MapR Data Platform was recognized – among the reasons cited were its "support of a broad spectrum of applications and use cases, including reliable and real-time applications, and global event streaming with web-scale storage."
- Stevie Awards for Women in Business – MapR was named a Bronze Stevie Award winner in the "Achievement in Developing and Promoting Women" category.
"To have won any of the three awards for which MapR has been recently recognized would be a tremendous accomplishment, however to be honored for our corporate vision and execution success, technology innovation, and our deep commitment to diversity across our workforce is a rare and enviable achievement of which we are understandably proud," said Cindy Arthur, vice president, human resources, MapR.
About MapR Technologies
MapR Technologies is a visionary Silicon Valley software company and creator of the next-generation data platform for AI and analytics, with the scale and reliability required by enterprise-grade, mission-critical deployments. The MapR Data Platform delivers the power of dataware to accelerate data-driven innovation. Forward leaning companies such as Cisco, Philips, and Société Générale, are able to create new data-driven solutions to outperform the competition. Learn more: mapr.com.
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