IT consulting firm, Tridant, has received a third gold accreditation from IBM for its expertise in delivering Cognos Disclosure management solutions.
It is the first IBM business analytics business partner both in Australia and globally to achieve three IBM Software practice accelerator gold level accreditations for financial performance management, business intelligence and Cognos disclosure management.
The IBM Software Practice Accelerator program, launched in early 2013, offers training, development and accreditation opportunities to help IBM business partners deepen their IBM software implementation skills.
This latest gold accreditation was awarded to Tridant following the successful implementation of the Cognos Disclosure Management solution with clients.
As part of the accreditation, 15 practitioners from Tridant were certified on various aspects of IBM Cognos TM1, business intelligence and Cognos disclosure management.
Tridant founding director, Alec Jeffery, said deep domain expertise coupled with robust technology platform experience and a strong partnership with IBM ensured his company could help organisations identify ways in which technology can be used to achieve better business outcomes.
“We deploy expert project teams that deliver both high-value and measurable results by working collaboratively with clients,” he said.
“We believe this approach has enhanced the value realised by our client’s investment and reduces the time and risk associated with designing and implementing technology solutions.
"This approach has now been validated in being the sole IBM partner globally to achieve three gold accreditations in Business Analytics for which we are incredibly delighted to share with our clients and prospects."