ASX-listed RXP Services has been awarded Alteryx's Australia and New Zealand Partner of the Year during the data analytics vendor conference Inspire US 2019.
RXP became a Premier partner with Alteryx earlier in the year and was one of nine organisations around the world recognised for its expertise in analytics, expanding the Alteryx footprint and providing "unparalleled" customer service and expertise.
"Together with Alteryx, we have consistently delivered first class support for our customers at each step of their journey to gain insights through data analytics," RXP CEO Ross Fielding said.
"We’re delighted to have been recognised as their Partner of the Year across Australia and New Zealand and look forward to continuing with our strong partnership in the years to come.”
RXP has recently been charged with helping the Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS) automate its data reporting processes, a process that used to take up to 16 weeks now reduced to 30 minutes.
The aeromedical organisation, which provides extensive primary health care and 24-hour emergency services to Australians over an area of 7.69 million square kilometres, operates 69 aircraft and 115 healthcare vehicles staffed by doctors, nurses and dentists who have in excess of 330,000 patient interactions per year.
RXP implemented Alteryx software which automates data preparation, blending and analytics into the RFDS’ existing systems. The data is then pushed to Snowflake's data warehouse and then data visualisation software tool Tableau transforms the information into interactive dashboards.
“The world of data science and analytics knows no boundaries, transcending every industry, every department and every geography. The partners recognised today are an extension of Alteryx and help us expand our global reach with unmatched expertise,” said Steve Walden, SVP of business development at Alteryx.
“Our partners are amplifying analytics for Alteryx users around the world and these awards are our opportunity to spotlight their successes and impact on the extended Alteryx community.”