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Aunalytics Gains Significant Momentum in Q2 2021 with 40% Increase in Quarter over Quarter Growth of Analytic Data Platform Deployments

Award Winning Data Platform Provider Achieves Key Milestones and Expands Reach as it Delivers Universal Data Access and Advanced Analytics to Drive Digital Transformation for Customers

South Bend, IN (September 22, 2021) - Aunalytics, a leading data platform company delivering Insights-as-a-Service for enterprise businesses, continued to demonstrate exceptional growth and momentum during the second quarter of 2021. Deployment of the Aunalytics Daybreak™ analytic database providing customer intelligence for the financial services industry increased 40%. Further, late in the quarter, the company launched a new tiered data model that reduces implementation time by 50% to place actionable revenue growth insights in the hands of its financial services clients faster. It is anticipated that implementations will continue to accelerate with this advancement. The company also announces a 25% increase in new clients in its enterprise cloud and managed services business lines.

The global big data and analytics market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 10% in the forecast period of 2021-2026, reaching $450 billion by 2026. Organizations have started to capitalize on big data by generating and leveraging key insights, strategies, and business decisions to provide better customer experiences, improve efficiency, and remain competitive by gaining answers to critical questions in nearly every functional aspect of their business.

Aunalytics offers a robust, cloud-native data platform built to enable universal data access, powerful analytics, and AI-driven answers. Customers can turn data into answers with the secure, reliable, and scalable data platform deployed and managed by technology and data experts as a service. The platform represents Aunalytics’ unique ability to unify all the elements necessary to process data and deliver AI end-to-end, from cloud infrastructure to data acquisition, organization, and machine learning models – all managed and run by Aunalytics as a secure managed service. And, while typically large enterprises are in a better position to afford advanced database and analytics technology, Aunalytics pairs its platform with access to its team’s expertise to help mid-market companies compete with enterprise players.

Significant milestones Aunalytics achieved in Q2 of this year include:

  • Daybreak analytic database deployment 40% growth
  • 25% new customer growth in cloud and managed services business lines
  • The company announced that its Aunalytics® Cloud solution has achieved Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program (FedRAMP) Ready status and is actively working toward FedRAMP certification.
  • The introduction of a new tiered data model workflow added to Daybreak 3.0 for faster implementation resulting in customers receiving answers faster. Implementation time has been reduced by 50%.
  • The introduction of new Churn Propensity Smart Feature™ added to Daybreak 3.0: a predictive model that analyzes customer transactional data for indicators that a customer is likely to churn so that financial institutions can take action before losing customers.
  • The introduction of new Product Propensity Smart Feature added to Daybreak 3.0: a machine learning powered customized dataset for each customer’s propensity for new financial services products by type modeled on customer behaviors prior to opening new accounts to better cultivate long-term customer relationships with intelligent marketing.
  • The introduction of new Risk Scoring for Loan Default at Time of Application Smart Feature added to Daybreak 3.0: a machine learning powered data model to reduce lending risk based upon an institution’s historical loan defaults that identifies risk of a particular loan application at the time of underwriting.
  • Aunalytics Accelerates Insights-as-a-Service Offering Through Ohio Expansion - The integration of Ohio-based managed services provider NetGain and Aunalytics in February 2021 has allowed the company to expand its footprint in the state and extended its solution portfolio, including Aunsight™ Golden Record and the Daybreak Analytic Database, to new customers in the region.
  • Introduction of the Alliance Partner Program to Accelerate Adoption of its Cloud Native Data Analytics Platform and Capitalize on the Multi-Billion Dollar Market Opportunity. The Alliance Partner Program was developed to give ISVs and technology partners the dedicated resources and support to ensure success and drive new recurring revenue opportunities and long-term value for clients.
  • New partnerships
    • Aunalytics and AC3 Announce a Strategic Partnership that Empowers Oncology Practice Groups to Modernize Their Businesses Through Advanced Analytics and Valuable Business Insights
    • Aunalytics and Stonebridge Consulting Announce Strategic Partnership to Deliver Data Accuracy and Advanced Data Management Solutions for the Oil and Gas Industry.
      Kelly Jones, former president and chief operations officer of NetGain Information Systems (acquired by Aunalytics in February 2021) and now vice president of Integration Services at Aunalytics, was recognized as one of CRN’s 2021 Women of the Channel as well as one of CRN’s Power 60 Solution Providers.
  • Aunalytics was named one of CRN’s Coolest Business Analytics Companies of the 2021 Big Data 100, a list of vendors that CRN says “solution providers should know in the big data business.”

“We’re extremely pleased with our continued momentum and the milestones achieved in the second quarter of this year,” said Rich Carlton, President and CRO of Aunalytics. “It demonstrates how businesses are eager to leverage their data for competitive gain, and yet midsize companies are often out-teched by larger rivals with bigger budgets for advanced data analytics tools and talent. We remain committed to providing the ability to quickly and accurately answer our customers’ important IT and business questions to help drive growth and improve the bottom line as we continue to expand our position as a leading data platform provider.”

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About Aunalytics
Aunalytics is a data platform company delivering answers for your business. Aunalytics provides Insights-as-a-Service to answer enterprise and mid-sized companies’ most important IT and business questions. The Aunalytics® cloud-native data platform is built for universal data access, advanced analytics and AI while unifying disparate data silos into a single golden record of accurate, actionable business information. Its Daybreak™ industry intelligent data mart combined with the power of the Aunalytics data platform provides industry-specific data models with built-in queries and AI to ensure access to timely, accurate data and answers to critical business and IT questions. Through its side-by-side digital transformation model, Aunalytics provides on-demand scalable access to technology, data science, and AI experts to seamlessly transform customers’ businesses. To learn more contact us at +1 855-799-DATA or visit Aunalytics at https://www.aunalytics.com or on Twitter and LinkedIn.

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Top 10 Cyberattacked Industries in 2020

Share of cyberattacks by industry
Source: IBM Security XForce

According to IBM in its X-Force Threat Intelligence Index, the top 10 industries suffering the most cyberattacks in 2020 were:

1. Finance and Insurance

Most Common Type of Attack: Server access attack

Since 2016, the finance and insurance industry has been the most attacked industry. In 2020, attacks increased over 2019 by 238%. Hackers seeking to profit financially from attacks often hit this industry. Paralyzing banks is usually less of a goal with attacks on this industry, but accessing internal systems can yield hefty illicit returns. However, during the pandemic, hackers seeking to paralyze infrastructure including nation-state cyber criminals also hit banking institutions to cause chaos.

2. Manufacturing

Most Common Type of Attack: Ransomware

The attacks against manufacturers doubled in 2020 compared to 2019. 21% of all 2020 ransomware cyberattacks hit the manufacturing industry. However, this industry also saw 4X more BEC attacks than any other industry, and a significant number of data theft attacks. Hackers renewed interest in this industry, likely trying to take advantage of supply chain disruption and operational chaos caused by the global pandemic, as consumers saw (and continue to experience) shortages in manufactured goods.

3. Energy

Most Common Type of Attack: Data theft

35% of attacks in the energy sector involved data theft, while only 6% involved ransomware. This was likely indicative of hacker motivations to hit this industry including IP theft, customer data theft and extorsion. BEC and server access attacks were also notable in this industry.

4. Retail

Most Common Type of Attack: Credential theft

Attacks on the retail industry were actually lower in 2020 than in 2019. This was likely due to fewer retail transactions taking place during the 2020 (less room to hide as a hacker). Retail is typically a target because of the high volume of credit card and financial transactions.

5. Professional Services

Most Common Type of Attack: Ransomware

Professional services saw the highest percentage of attacks from ransomware attacks of any industry. Data theft and server access attacks were also common in 2020. These organizations are typically attractive to cyber criminals because they serve as a path to further victims and often hold confidential data about customers.

6. Government

Most Common Type of Attack: Ransomware

Government received the second highest number of ransomware attacks of the industries, totaling a third of the attacks that this industry faced. Yet, only 38% of state and local government employees have been trained on ransomware prevention. This industry also faced a large burden in moving operations to accommodate work from home environments, as much of this industry had all team members working on site, and was not equipped for moving a remote workforce. Data theft attacks were also notable.

7. Healthcare

Most Common Type of Attack: Ransomware

The healthcare industry suffered twice as many cyberattacks in 2020 than in 2019, likely due to hackers taking advantage of operational chaos caused by the global pandemic, shifts in workforce to cover emergency medical care while furloughing operational and administrative staff due to revenue challenges caused by elective medical services being put on hold. Hackers, including nation-states looking to disrupt and steal data from organizations in this industry, targeted those in medical research and development attempting to invent COVID-19 vaccines, as well as frontline providers.

8. Media

Most Common Type of Attack: Malicious domain name squatting

90% of malicious domain name spoofing attempts targeted the media. This sector includes telecommunications and mobile communications providers, as well as media and social media outlets that can play a critical role in political outcomes, especially during election years. The timing of 2020 being a U.S. presidential election year likely drove this type of attack in this industry.

9. Transportation

Most Common Type of Attack: Malicious insider / misconfiguration

Attacks against the transportation industry were much lower in 2020, likely because everyone was sheltering in place and travel bans existed across the globe during 2020. This industry ranked #3 in 2019 and fell to #9 in 2020.

10. Education

Most Common Type of Attack: Spam / adware

Education has historically been vulnerable to cyberattacks due to a large decentralized surface area of users hard to control with staff and students regularly logging into systems from home to complete and grade course work. However, the user and device based security measures that this distributed surface area drove for security protection before the pandemic, better equipped education for security operations during the pandemic than other industries accustomed to relying on firewall protection.


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Aunalytics has been included in the 2021 BioCrossroads Book of Data and Organizations

Aunalytics has been included in the 2021 BioCrossroads Book of Data and Organizations directory of Indiana enterprises in the health-data intersection – it includes information on Indiana’s industry, government, health systems, academia, and digital health startups that have tremendous data and technology resources which are driving transformative healthcare and life sciences work locally and globally. The directory now includes snapshots of 40 organizations who control data assets – data sets, data talent, and/or data technology — as well as five cross-organizational initiatives, who collaborating for a specific data project or program.

Aunalytics, Inc. Profile

Role(s)

  • Aunalytics is a data platform company delivering answers for your business. Aunalytics provides Insights-as-a-Service to answer enterprise and midsized companies’ most important IT and business questions. The Aunalytics® cloud-native data platform is built for universal data access, advanced analytics and AI while unifying disparate data silos into a single golden record of accurate, actionable business information. Its DaybreakTM industry intelligent data mart combined with the power of the Aunalytics data platform provides industry-specific data models with built-in queries and AI to ensure access to timely, accurate data and answers to critical business and IT questions. Through its side-by-side digital transformation model, Aunalytics provides on-demand scalable access to technology, data science, and AI experts to seamlessly transform customers businesses.
  • Our healthcare industry revenue cycle management analytics focus provides AI and machine learning driven insights for reducing insurance reimbursement underpayments and streamlining billing to provide a data driven practice management solution.

Mission

We use data and technology to improve the lives of others.

History

Aunalytics began in 2011 when successful data center entrepreneurs in South Bend, Indiana partnered with data scientists from the University of Notre Dame to provide end to end business and IT analytic solutions backed by a cloud data center. Aunalytics aims to bring data and analytics to mid-market businesses, healthcare systems, and providers by our side by side model to provide clients with access to our data engineer and data science experts to harness data driven insights to better compete with large nationals. We provide healthcare industry specific data models and mine your data for insights to reduce operational costs and drive revenue.

About

  • 250 team members in Indiana, Michigan and Ohio
  • Enterprise cloud, data analytics, data management and managed services offerings powered by our data platform
  • Industry specific data analytics – built for healthcare providers for revenue cycle management
  • HIPAA compliant enterprise cloud


Aunalytics acquires NetGain

Aunalytics Accelerates Insights-as-a-Service Offering Through Ohio Expansion

South Bend, IN (July 15, 2021) - Aunalytics, a leading data platform company delivering Insights-as-a-Service to answer the most important business and IT questions, today reported expansion of operations into Ohio. Aunalytics acquired Ohio-based managed services provider NetGain in February 2021 and today announces integration and rebranding of the Ohio operations and data centers as Aunalytics. Leveraging NetGain’s footprint throughout Ohio, Aunalytics extends its solution portfolio, including AunsightTM Golden Record and the DaybreakTM Analytic Database, to new customers in the region.

With Aunalytics’ expansion, the company will continue providing IT and security expertise to government and mid-market businesses in the areas of financial services, healthcare, manufacturing and professional services. Aunalytics will continue to offer state-of-the-art cloud and managed services to companies in the region, adding data cleansing, data management and machine learning powered data analytics services that allow Ohio businesses to strengthen their competitive edge and achieve greater success.

The integration of NetGain allows for a greater footprint in Columbus and Dayton. Growing companies in the state will benefit from the additional technology efficiencies and features enabled, allowing for increased revenues and lower operational costs. Business leaders seeking sound IT foundations have relied on quality managed services for years with NetGain, and with digital transformation top-of-mind across industries, Aunalytics is poised to bring best-of-breed solutions to clients looking to advance their business objectives.

"Digital transformation remains a top priority for our organization and is absolutely critical to drive the business forward," said Tom Kiefer, CFO, Environmental Management Services, Inc. (EMSI). "We rely on the advanced insights available through our strategic IT partner, helping us to achieve a higher level of business intelligence from multiple data sources, across all operational areas."

“NetGain’s legacy as an ISP brings a strong network management/network engineering expertise and a technology suite for multi-site locations. Together, the integrated companies will offer ironclad redundancy, reliability, and IT solutions to meet any business challenge,” said Kelly Jones, vice president of Integration Services at Aunalytics. “This is complemented with the deep knowledge of our team, making Aunalytics well-positioned to deliver strategic computing services and build-out resilient IT stacks for all clients.”

 

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About Aunalytics

Aunalytics is a data platform company delivering answers for your business. Aunalytics provides Insights-as-a-Service to answer enterprise and mid-sized companies’ most important IT and business questions. The Aunalytics® cloud-native data platform is built for universal data access, advanced analytics and AI while unifying disparate data silos into a single golden record of accurate, actionable business information. Its DaybreakTM industry intelligent data mart combined with the power of the Aunalytics data platform provides industry-specific data models with built-in queries and AI to ensure access to timely, accurate data and answers to critical business and IT questions. Through its side-by-side digital transformation model, Aunalytics provides on-demand scalable access to technology, data science, and AI experts to seamlessly transform customers’ businesses. To learn more contact us at +1 855-799-DATA or visit Aunalytics at https://www.aunalytics.com  or on Twitter and LinkedIn.

 

PR Contact:
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The Ventana Group for Aunalytics
(925) 858-5198
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Customer Intelligence

Aunalytics’ Client Success Team Drives Measurable Business Value

Transitioning to a more data-driven organization can be a long, complicated journey. A complete digital transformation is more than simply adopting new technologies (though that is an important component.) It requires change at all levels of the business in order to pivot to a more data-enabled, customer-focused mindset. Aunalytics Client Success is committed to helping organizations digitally transform by guiding and assisting them along every step of the journey, and ultimately, allowing them to thrive.

Below, the Client Success (CS) team has answered some of the most common questions about what they do and how they help organizations achieve measurable business outcomes.

What is Client Success?

Aunalytics CS partners with clients to become their trusted advisor, by building a customized CS Partnership Plan utilizing the client’s unique business needs as the core goals. The CS Partnership Plan creates an exceptional client experience by consistently applying a combination of our team and technology to deliver measurable value and business outcomes for our clients.

What are the main goals of the Aunalytics Client Success team?

The Client Success team has four main goals:

  1. Designing targeted client experiences (by industry, product, and digital transformation stage)
  2. Recommending targeted next steps by simplifying and synthesizing complex information
  3. Delivering proactive and strategic support from onboarding to solution launch, ongoing support, and consulting
  4. Collecting and responding to client feedback on ways our service delivery can evolve

What are the various roles within the CS team?

There are two main roles within the CS team that interact with clients on a regular basis. The first is the Client Success Manager (CSM). The CSM manages day-to-day client tactical needs, providing updates and direction throughout the onboarding process. As the liaison between clients and the Aunalytics team, the CSM synthesizes complex information into clear actions, mitigates any roadblocks that may occur, and clearly communicates project milestones. The CSM works closely with the clients throughout their partnership with Aunalytics, from onboarding, adoption, support, and engagement.

The Client Success Advisor (CSA) works on high-level strategy with each client, translating Aunalytics’ technology solutions into measurable business outcomes. They partner with the clients’ key stakeholders to understand their strategic objectives and create a custom technology roadmap that identifies the specific steps necessary to reach their digital transformation goals. These goals are integrated into the client’s specific CS Partnership Plan to ensure we are aligned on objectives and key results, with clear owners, timelines, and expected outcomes.

How often can a client expect to hear from a CS team member throughout their engagement with Aunalytics?

The CS team is introduced to clients at the initial kickoff meeting and CSMs initiate weekly touch points to ensure onboarding milestones are being met and to communicate action items, responsible parties, and next steps. During these calls the CS team (CS Manager, CS Advisor, Data Engineer, & Business Analyst) will review the project tracker—highlighting recent accomplishments, key priorities, and next steps. Each item is documented, assigned an owner, a timeline, and clear expectations around completion criteria.

What is the Aunalytics “Side-by-Side Support” model and how does the CS team help facilitate this?

Our side-by-side service delivery model provides a dedicated account team, comprised of technology (Data Engineers (DE), Data Scientists (DS), and Business Analysts) and data experts (Product Managers, Data Ingestion Engineers, and Cloud Infrastructure Team), to help transform the way our clients work. The account team collaborates across the company, in service of the client, to ensure that everyone on the team is driving towards the client’s desired outcomes. The CSA captures this information in the CS Partnership Plan to ensure alignment, key priorities, and ownership of time-bound tasks.

The CS team partners with Aunalytics’ Product, Ingestion, and Cloud teams to share client questions, recommendations, and future enhancement ideas. The Partnership Plan is a custom document that evolves with the client’s ever-changing needs. The CSA reviews the Partnership Plan with the client every quarter to capture new goals, document accomplishments, and create feasible timelines for implementation. The goal of the CSA is to create a relationship with the client, in which they view the CSA as a key member of their internal team (e.g. the same side of the table vs. a vendor).

A successful partnership with Aunalytics’ Client Success team is when concrete business outcomes and value are realized by the client, through the use of Aunalytics’ solutions (products + service).

What are some examples of business outcomes that CS has helped Daybreak for Financial Services clients achieve?

In addition to guidance throughout the initial implementation of Daybreak, CS has assisted banks and credit unions with the execution of a number of actionable business cases, such as:

  • Assisting Financial Institutions with implementation of self-service analytics programs;
  • Improving collection and recovery rates on loans;
  • Implementing pattern recognition to make sure that risk and collection departments are efficiently targeting the most at-risk loans;
  • Creating data driven marketing programs to offer personalized services, next-best products, and onboarding. Data-driven marketing allows financial institutions to be more efficient with their marketing dollars and track campaign outcomes better;
  • Integration with 3rdparty software systems.

The Aunalytics Client Success team is instrumental in helping clients realize measurable business value. Together with Aunalytics’ strong technology stack, this side-by-side delivery model ensures that all clients are equipped with the resources they need to affect positive change within the organization and achieve their digital transformation goals.


Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure

Aunalytics Cloud in Top 4% Among Global VMware Cloud Providers

VMware Cloud VerifiedSouth Bend, IN, May 8, 2020 – Aunalytics has earned VMware’s Cloud Verified designation, signifying Cloud services that offer the complete value of VMware’s cloud infrastructure. Only 169 of nearly 4,500 VMware Cloud partners in the world have earned the Cloud Verified designation. Aunalytics is recognized for maintaining the highest level of consistency for infrastructure, operations, and developer experience.

“The Aunalytics Cloud offers advanced analytics, production and disaster recovery services utilizing the strengths of the VMware Cloud platform. VMware’s endorsement of the Aunalytics Cloud attests to the overwhelming technical proficiency of our Cloud and corporate data centers” said Aunalytics Chief Operating Officer Terry Gour. “In addition to our partnership with VMware, it’s our people that set us apart from other Cloud providers; working side-by-side throughout every step of your digital transformation. With Aunalytics you get world class technology while gaining access to an on-demand team ready to help you transform your organization.”

With VMware software, organizations have the freedom to build and deploy modern applications, migrate seamlessly between environments, and ensure that all data and applications remain secure and protected. Pairing the world’s leading Cloud infrastructure software with Aunalytics’ human intelligence provides an end-to-end data solution that can be customized to an organization’s unique requirements.

Cloud Verified providers support a distributed workforce with scale on demand capacity with services that are:

  • Scalable – elastic infrastructure that supports the dynamic needs of today’s cloud computing environments
  • Efficient – run, manage, connect, and secure applications across clouds and devices in a common operating environment
  • Optimized – rely on your team’s existing skill sets leveraging the consistent infrastructure and operations of the VMware Cloud Infrastructure

For more details and information about Aunalytics’ Cloud Verified designation, please visit https://cloud.vmware.com/providers/cloud-providers/Aunalytics.

About Aunalytics

Aunalytics brings together the best of human intelligence and leading digital technologies. Through a seamless integration of tailored IT initiatives, secure cloud infrastructure, and advanced analytics, we act as a catalyst for human and organizational thriving. With over 185 employees between our South Bend Indiana and Kalamazoo Michigan locations, we work closely with your team throughout every step of your digital journey.

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Coronavirus Response

Aunalytics Coronavirus Response

At Aunalytics, our clients’ success and our teams’ safety is a top priority. In times of natural disaster and other unexpected or challenging events, we have plans, processes and teams in place to ensure our services remain available and our team is protected. This approach should allow our clients to focus on their critical business goals and the well-being of their workforce.

Therefore, we find it appropriate at this time to share the following update:

COVID-19 Business Continuity and Crisis Management

We do not foresee any impact to the delivery of any Aunalytics services due to COVID-19, and as always, we are committed to keeping our solutions available and running for our clients regardless of their location.

Our cloud-based, multi-tenant architecture model and distributed data center approach is designed to operate without any service disruptions. We also have proactively formed an internal Coronavirus Response Team to mitigate any potential disruptions.

Working Remotely

Aunalytics team members have the resources and tools they need to perform their jobs securely from any location. Therefore, we are recommending that our team members do not travel to client worksites unless absolutely necessary. In the event that an onsite presence is required, we will work together with our clients to ensure we are putting safety first for all individuals.

To make determinations around remote work and office closures, we carefully monitor and consider advice from the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control, the U.S. Department of State, and government and health officials in local communities where our team members live and work.

Business Continuity Planning

As a cloud-based company with a dispersed team and flexible, remote workforce, we are prepared to virtually manage business continuity challenges. Our approach is designed to ensure that our services remain available to our clients during natural disasters or other unexpected and challenging events. Our business continuity planning is also intended to ensure we have open channels for timely communications with our clients and other stakeholders.

Service Operations

Our cloud services are designed with a high degree of redundancy and geographic fail-over capabilities to reduce the likelihood of significant impact. We maintain policies and procedures for responding to emergencies, including a disaster recovery plan. Aunalytics has data centers and technical support located in multiple locations to reduce the impact of a regional or local disruption.

We sincerely appreciate your faith in us and take the responsibility to our clients and team members very seriously. We will continue to provide updates as warranted.

Sincerely,

Richard F. Carlton
President

Terry A. Gour
COO


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Companies Merge into the New Aunalytics

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Leading analytics & IT cloud providers unify to align with direction of the future.

SOUTH BEND, IND. (October 1, 2019) – Aunalytics, a leader in data and analytics services for enterprise businesses, announced today that it has unified four entities into the new Aunalytics, adding cloud, managed, and data center services to its offerings.

The newly unified Aunalytics positions the company as a unique leader in the IT market, offering a new category of software and services. Aunalytics is creating a single ecosystem that offers a full-featured, end-to-end cloud platform, capable of everything from traditional cloud hosting, to analytics and artificial intelligence.

This move follows significant growth in Aunalytics’ Midwest footprint as the only provider of a cloud platform with both analytics and production capabilities. The expansion, driven in part by acquiring the cloud infrastructure assets of MicroIntegration in South Bend, IN and Secant in Kalamazoo, MI, has resulted in strong momentum for Aunalytics. Today, the company employs over 180 team members – representing 56 universities, six countries, four branches of the U.S. Armed Forces, and has attracted talent from 11 states specifically to work at Aunalytics.

Secant is now Aunalytics

“The Secant name served us very well for many years, but as we continue to grow across the region and around the country, it is important to evolve the brand to better reflect our people and purpose,” said Steve Burdick, VP Sales, Cloud & Managed Services. “From the most foundational IT needs, to the most challenging AI initiatives, we have an expert team that can help manage every step of a client’s digital journey.”

MicroIntegration is now Aunalytics

“The change of our name represents the merger of multiple companies with unique technology capabilities that when joined together provide a world-class cloud platform with managed services to support virtually any technology our clients need,” said Terry Gour, President & COO, Cloud & Managed Services.

Data Realty is now Aunalytics

“Data Realty’s Northern Indiana data center was one of the first buildings in South Bend’s technology park, Ignition Park, and we’re excited, again, be part of the largest company at the tech park, as Aunalytics,” said Rich Carlton, President & Data Services Lead. “With almost 200 team members and multiple locations across two states, we have more top talent that can manage every step from hosting to AI.”

The Aunalytics Name

The mathematical symbol (U) means union. The letter ‘u” added to “analytics” symbolizes the belief that analytics is not just about data or software-as-a-service. It is about a union between technology and human intelligence, between digital partner and client, between cloud and artificial intelligence. Those that can master these unions, are the companies that will truly thrive and remain competitive.

“We’re living in a data-rich world that is only getting richer. But harnessing that data is extraordinarily difficult for most companies. Businesses need a partner that can provide not just the right systems and software tools, but the people and judgement to implement them strategically,” says Carlton. “They need a catalyst to help them on their journey to digital transformation. Aunalytics is that catalyst.”

For additional information, contact:
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574.344.0881

About Aunalytics

Aunalytics brings together the best of human intelligence and leading digital technologies to transform business challenges into flexible, scalable solutions, measured by definable business outcomes. Through a seamless integration of tailored IT initiatives, secure cloud infrastructure, and big data, analytics and AI solutions, Aunalytics is a catalyst for human and organizational thriving.

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