Ascend & X is Y
Ascend.io + X is Y
Ascend eliminates the value-less administration of infrastructure, allowing X is Y to focus on what they do best - helping clients achieve their goals at pace.
X is Y is laser-focused on the business value of measuring what matters, helping organizations understand why things are happening, working in a more unified way, and collecting and storing quality data – all in alignment with company goals. Ascend’s declarative approach to creating data pipelines with 95% less code, enables X is Y and their clients to spend more time working alongside the business to better understand and deliver what’s valuable, and less time spinning plates.
Why Use Ascend.io with X is Y?
MORE VALUE, LESS RISK
X is Y + Ascend = more backlog execution from your Data Engineering team; meaning less cost, more value and less risk in finding and keeping talent to support your goals.
THE RIGHT CODE FOR THE RIGHT USE CASE
X is Y + Ascend = the right code for the right use case with unmatched observability into the status of your pipelines; meaning more time receiving value and less time using the wrong code to do the wrong thing and/or bug fixing.
REAL-WORLD SOLUTIONS THAT MEET REAL-WORLD NEEDS
X is Y + Ascend = a deep partnership with strong relationships and exchange of value between them; meaning solutions that meet the needs of real world use cases.
The Ascend Data Automation Cloud with X is Y Expertise
Get Timely, Reliable Information Into the Hands of users Efficiently
Working together, X is Y and Ascend were able to get our shared client up and running in weeks, delivering value quickly to the business - with 95% less code. The evaluation of Ascend was complete before the alternative was even up and running!
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Working together, X is Y and Ascend were able to get our shared client up from nothing to a functioning platform in less than a week. X is Y were able to move quickly into delivering metrics that matter to our shared client’s Board and executive long before most organizations would have completed their “High Level Design Architecture” document.