Big data vendor 1010data said fashion jewellery retailer Claire’s has selected its cloud-based platform for big data discovery across its global businesses.
It’s an important cloud deal as Claire’s has 3,000 stores serving more than three million customers in the U.S. and across Europe.
1010data allows Claire’s to integrate data from throughout its enterprise and provide a self-service analytical platform for users to derive data-driven insights and receive fast access to business results, said 1010data in a statement.
Claire’s enables ad-hoc analysis on the largest volumes of data. Claire’s generates vast volumes of data from its point-of-sale, inventory, merchandising, supply chain and other enterprise systems. Claire’s continued growth has increased its need for a more extensive solution with improved data analysis capabilities.
“The amount of data our stores generate expands on a daily basis. In order to compete effectively, it is increasingly important to analyze data at a more granular level. This meant that we needed to invest in a global platform that would allow us to manage big data and easily glean insights,” said Rob Cole, senior vice president, Information Technologies at Claire’s.
As per the cloud agreement, 1010data allows Claire’s to analyze the data in its local businesses and share analyses with colleagues at any time from any location. Standardizing Claire’s globally on 1010data’s big data discovery platform, including business intelligence and enterprise data warehousing, has further integrated its teams worldwide while providing the insight Claire’s needs to be in tune with its local customers.