Deliver Cloud-Based Intelligence
What is Amazon QuickSight?
Amazon QuickSight is a fast, Cloud-powered business intelligence service that makes it easy to deliver insights to everyone in your organisation. QuickSight builds visualisations, performs ad-hoc analysis, and quickly gets business insights from your data.
As a fully managed service, QuickSight lets you easily create and publish interactive dashboards that include ML Insights. Dashboards can then be accessed from any device, and embedded into your applications, portals, and websites. QuickSight uses pay-as-you-go pricing which means you will save up to 90% compared to industry alternatives.
Version 1 will help your organisation make full usage of Amazon QuickSight.
Full Analytics Experience
Pay-per-Session Pricing Model
Derive Maximum Value from your Data
At Version 1 we combine digital, cloud and enterprise application expertise with our data science and analytics capability to articulate a pragmatic roadmap for success. With our analytic accelerators and frameworks, we reduce data gathering and analysis time so customers can focus on their data insights. Find out more about our Data Analytics Capabilities below.DISCOVER DATA ANALYTICS AT VERSION 1
Amazon QuickSight - Overview
Why Choose Version 1 as your Amazon Web Services Partner?
Version 1 is a leader in Cloud Services and was one of the first AWS Consulting Partners in Europe. We are an AWS Premier Partner and specialise in migrating and running complex enterprise workloads in Public Cloud. We are an Oracle Platinum partner, with an unrivalled specialisation list on all aspects of the Oracle stack, including databases, JD Edwards, PeopleSoft and E-Business Suite. We are trusted by global brands to deliver IT services and solutions which drive customer success. Our team works closely with AWS to help our customers navigate the rapidly changing world of IT.
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