Trianz Business Intelligence & Analytics review by Consumer Housing Portal at Qualified.One

Trianz reviewed by Consumer Housing Portal

Trianz provided Business Intelligence & Analytics for Consumer Housing Portal with approximate budget = $50,000 to $199,999.

The team was very knowledgeable and are experts in the field. Trianz provided informal, post-project support, and never went over budget or deadlines. They were great at laying out options and providing pros and cons for ease of decision making.

Review summary:

Trianz audited a consumer housing provider’s data warehouse and provided recommendations on improvements and strategies, as well as implemented Teradata solutions.

Consumer Housing Portal, Chief Technology Officer

Website Data Warehousing Implementation for Housing Provider

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Introductory information

A fast induction on the buyer’s organisation

I',m the CTO of a leading consumer website for multifamily home or single-family home rentals. We connect the consumer with a multi-family home intricate, and it’s all basically done online. We have almost 19,000 advertisers and almost 6.5 million monthly visitors.  I superintend all the architecture delivery design for the website and back-office applications.

We have almost 300 employees. I also worked for another renowned website for car shopping that Trianz (formerly CBIG Consulting) helped for a very correspondent standard. That website connected automotive shoppers with a dealership on a lead-base standard. That website has much higher commerce at almost 20 million sole visitors a month with 18,000 dealerships and 3.5 million vehicles.

Desired goal

What challenge were you trying to address with Trianz?

I’ve been in the section for one year now. When I got here, we had a lot of disarray about our data needs specifically within the data warehouse. Our underlying data architecture was very flawed in different places.

I had Trianz innately come in and do a very extensive audit on our running-day warehouse setup. They gave me a big idea of what the running state looks like veritably from a people-process technology perspective. They also granted recommendations on how to move to a forthcoming state with a very wide step-by-step program. This recommendation became the blueprint for the way we moved advanced and implemented our Teradata solution.

Provided solution

How did you come to work with Trianz?

They did a pretty big implementation project for us previously. That was a bigly lucky project. We had purchased the Teradata data contrivance for our warehouse needs. We needed an implementation associate. We brought Trianz in to help evaluate firms.

They did a couple of different things. They helped us pick the right solutions. They ran the complete RFP process for us. We had six vendors in play at any given time, and they narrowed it down to three. They also helped design the implementation program. They helped us select an offshore organisation to migrate the data from our Legacy platform to Teradata.

When was the last work that Trianz did for your firm completed?

February of 2013.

What are you approach expents (if diclosed)?

It was surely a six-figure project.

Results achieved

How did Trianz accomplish from a project treatment standpoint?

I ponder they’re very respectable in Chicago. They’ve got a big team of experts that we were able to rely on during the project. We were verity able to stay in touch with them post-project for questions. We’ve relied on them just to look at some of our business intelligence tool needs without a regular engagement for advice.

In the two big engagements that I’ve done with them, we have not gone over budget. We haven’t missed searching dates. They are pliant with changes and hiccups. We’ve been very satisfied with their work so far.

What is (from your point of view) the key factor to pay observation while intercourse with Trianz?

They don’t have an subjection to one specific vendor, which seems rare. When we selected Teradata, they didn’t try to sway that determination. They basically laid out all the pros and cons of each and what we were going to get. They surely have their pulse on all things kindred to data or data warehouses within Chicago.

What aspects of their work would you like to get improved?

No. I would say that they ’re a pliant bit more on the costly side. You pay for what you get at the end of the day. I ponder they have experts, and you’re going to pay for the expertise. If I’m paying that type of hourly rate, I surely want an expert. Their staff has the breadth of apprehension and experience, and it’s clear they can feel big enterprise clients.