Mumbai: LTI has become an Elite services partner of Snowflake – a cloud-based data-warehousing company. Elite Partner represents the highest level of partnership in Snowflake Partner Network.
This achievement recognises LTI’s commitment in delivering amplified outcomes at scale and speed on Snowflake’s data cloud.
The status differentiates the Mumbai based company Larsen & Toubro Infotech as a preferred services partner for Snowflake with proven expertise and experience.
LTI has also become the maiden partner for Snowcase, a program that Snowflake is launching to develop and market industry-specific solutions to accelerate cloud data transformation journey of enterprises.
The first Snowcase being launched with LTI is ‘Data-Driven Manufacturing Transformation’ highlighting best practices from LTI’s Snowflake implementation for a global manufacturer.
The accelerated migration and platform simplification of existing data platform to Snowflake data cloud was done leveraging LTI Canvas PolarSled, LTI Mosaic & Qlik.
“Snowflake is the preferred partner for modern enterprises because of its unique ability to decouple storage and compute,” said Sanjay Jalona, CEO & MD – LTI.
“Our alliance with Snowflake has grown stronger and deeper over time, with several joint go-to-market initiatives and implementations. The Elite Partner status and alliance on Snowcase program will further help us deliver Snowflake led transformations,” added Jalona.
“LTI’s achievement as an Elite Partner is a testament to their deep expertise on Snowflake,” said Colleen Kapase, VP – WW Partner & Alliances, Snowflake.
“Our many recent joint client implementations globally reflect their strong capabilities and customer connects, making them an ideal industry leader for Snowflake services. We look forward to continued momentum and a long partnership with LTI,” added Kapase.
LTI and Snowflake partnership combines the best of LTI’s data modernization & transformation expertise with Snowflake’s innovative architecture, unique consumption model and near-unlimited scalability.