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Mode Analytics Achieves Google Cloud Ready - BigQuery Designation

BigQuery integration with Mode’s collaborative business analytics and data science platform provides faster data mobilization

San Francisco, CA - October 13, 2022

Mode Analytics today announced that it has successfully achieved Google Cloud Ready - BigQuery designation.

BigQuery is Google Cloud’s powerful big data analytics platform, used by all types of organizations, from startups to Fortune 500 companies. Big Query Ready (BQR) is a partner integration validation program designed to increase customer confidence in partner integrations with BigQuery. By earning the BQR designation, Mode Analytics has proven its collaborative business analytics and data science platform has met a core set of functional and interoperability requirements when integrating with BigQuery. Google Cloud engineering teams validate partner integrations into BigQuery using a three-phase process: 1) run a series of data integration tests and compare results against benchmarks, 2) work closely with partners to enhance existing offerings, and 3) refine documentation for mutual customers.

“Companies are working with a range of partners and applications alongside BigQuery to create new value with their data as they digitally transform their business,” said Ritika Suri, Director, Technology Partnerships, Google Cloud. “The Google Cloud Ready – BigQuery designation indicates that Mode Analytics' integration with BigQuery helps deliver excellent value and results for customers that are looking to drive data-driven decisions across their organization.”

Mode’s modern business intelligence platform changes how businesses interact with data on a daily basis by helping team members utilize analytics to answer questions and make critical decisions. Designed for and by data teams that deliver high-impact analysis through self-serve data products, Mode enables faster speed to insight by enabling analysts to iterate on raw data and instantly combine new data sources into their work. In combination with BigQuery, Mode allows business intelligence to evolve as the organization's data needs scale, providing multiple types of analysis in a single platform.

As part of the BigQuery program, Mode will have opportunities to collaborate closely with Google Cloud partner engineering and BigQuery teams to develop joint roadmaps.

“Mode’s integration with Google Cloud BigQuery makes it possible for our mutual customers to have confidence that Mode’s products will work well with BigQuery, and vice versa,” said Gaurav Rewari, CEO, Mode Analytics. “BigQuery has long been an important data source for Mode, integrating seamlessly with our business analytics and data science platform. The BigQuery Ready designation will enable our customers to mobilize their data even faster, unlocking new ways for data teams and business stakeholders to accelerate data-driven outcomes.”

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