We create solutions that enable businesses to reach innovative goals, whilst saving time and keeping costs down.
We’re passionate about Open Source technologies and are committed to developing intelligent software that is human-focused so that you can manage it responsibly and more effectively.
Building a mobile-only bank in one year: payment transaction processing, fraud prevention, financial reporting and back-office operations.How We Helped
Incorporating Big Data, data science and analytics for meaningful insights and new capabilities.How We Helped
Modernising an existing platform with innovative Open Source technologies.How We Helped
Focus on what really matters. Put data and analytics to work.
A data management and analytics platform built to address data challenges and enable real-time decision making.
DataLux comes with plug & play adaptors, providing aggregation of large data sets and the ability to gather and visualise insights in real-time.
Visualise powerful analytics. Uncover hidden patterns, correlations and other insights.
Gain the value you didn’t realise you had.
Connect data sources and build your data set bottom up.
Use the data lake to pre-empt new innovations. Store data, ready for data modelling.
Create portable applications by utilising containeristion in a public, private cloud or on premise.
Ensure Enterprise-grade security and management.
Optimise for resource utilisation, integration and mastering data management.
Equinox IS helps our customers to capitalise on transformational potential of data and derive actionable insights.
Equinox IS provides software development, covering the entire life cycle. We follow Agile practices and have expertise in a wide range of technologies.
Equinox IS provides a wide range of consultancy services including IT strategy development, project management and business analysis.
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Read our blog post to understand how DataOps can transform the way data is managed.
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