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Datore Launches Analytics as a Service Solution for the Built Environment

Datore Launches Analytics as a Service Solution for the Built Environment
23 November 2023
 

Data analytics platform Datore has launched its “Analytics as a Service” product, to help facilities managers utilise their data without the need for a specialist team.

The platform seeks to help FM teams move from a paper-based or spreadsheet-heavy system to digital insights and “enterprise-grade analytics”, for a fixed monthly cost.

Tools are accessed through the cloud instead of on-site software, a service model used by companies such as Google, IBM, AWS, and HPE.

The product is being marketed towards facilities managers who have big targets around cost reductions but don’t have easy access to a central data team.

Datore says it is the only “Analytics as a Service” (AaaS) provider focused on the built environment. "By flipping the old model on its head and providing access to class-leading analytics technology, a world-class data-team, and a value-guaranteeing methodology - all on an affordable subscription basis, we’re pushing for a paradigm shift.”  Said Graham Perry, Commercial Director at Datore. 

In 2022, ThisWeekinFM spoke to Sophia Lee, Operations Director and Graham Perry Commercial Director at Datore, to discover how they are assisting facilities managers with large-scale data analytics. Watch the interview here. 

Picture: a photograph of the Datore team exhibiting at The Workplace Event 2023. Image Credit: Datore

Article written by Ella Tansley | Published 23 November 2023

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