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Pythian expands international presence by opening London office
LONDON—October 23, 2013—Pythian, the global leader in data management consulting and services, announced today the opening of a new London office to meet the growing global need for expert database and data infrastructure support. While Pythian has maintained a U.K. presence for the last nine years, the growth in data coupled with the rising interest in cloud, big data, and other data management platforms makes the need for skilled, service-oriented data experts ever present. The London office meets that need by serving as the hub for Pythian’s U.K. sales and customer service support.
Pythian’s 24/7 support model enables the company to respond to customers’ data infrastructure needs anywhere in the world within minutes. By positioning expert database administrators (DBAs) across the globe, Pythian ensures customers receive dedicated support. With the opening of the new London office, Pythian continues to improve its customer service promise by ensuring top-tier support and additional data specialists for the U.K. and throughout the world.
“Pythian has been supporting the data management needs of organisations across Europe for years, but as the demand for data experts continues to rise, we decided it was time to expand our presence with a British home base for our U.K. and European customers,” said Andrew Waitman, CEO of Pythian. “We understand how valuable data is to a company’s profitability, reputation, and long-term success, which is why we assembled a team of elite database experts to help organisations manage and protect that data. The London office will allow us to continue to provide high-level support to our customers and their data infrastructures while also helping more organisations strategically align their IT and business goals.”
Since 1997, Pythian has specialised in consulting on and managing mission-critical data infrastructures. More than 1,000 companies have turned to Pythian for answers about Oracle, MySQL, Microsoft SQL Server, big data, and enterprise infrastructures.