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On April 27th, 2023, the Data Engineering Summit organized by Analytics India Magazine (AIM) in Bangalore witnessed the celebration of exceptional teams and organizations pushing the boundaries of data-driven work to develop innovative and creative solutions. The Data Engineering Awards 2023 recognized these pioneers for their outstanding achievements in the field of data engineering, data analytics, and AI/ML.
An esteemed panel of industry veterans assessed submissions from leading organizations and individuals who have demonstrated their expertise in driving business value through analytics and AI – Mathangi Sri, Sudha Bhat, Ravindra Patil, Chiranjiv Roy, Parikshit Nag, Arnab Ghosh.
This year’s award categories included Data Engineering Transformation, Data Engineering Visionary, Data Engineering Disruption, Data Engineering Democratization, and Data Engineering for Good.
Data Engineering Transformation winners include Western Digital, TheMathCompany, Publicis Sapient, Fractal Analytics, and Micron Technology Operations India. These organizations have made remarkable strides in simplifying decision-making, developing custom AI applications, enabling digital business transformation, optimizing lab networks, and creating fully automated systems for semiconductor production.
The Data Engineering Visionary award was presented to Infocepts, Kimberly Clark, and Cognizant. Their groundbreaking work in immersive AI analytics, enterprise data management, and unified data analytics platforms showcases their visionary approach to data engineering.
In the Data Engineering Disruption category, Genpact, Tredence Inc., SingleStore, and Rakuten emerged as the winners. These organizations have revolutionized the industry with their innovative solutions such as PowerME, AI-driven Data Engineering Services, SingleStoreDB, and Rapid Query.
The Award for Data Engineering Democratization was bestowed upon ServiceNow, eClerx Services Limited, and Tiger Analytics. By empowering business teams and providing self-service offerings, they have successfully bridged the gap between data engineering and end-users.
Finally, the Data Engineering for Good category honored Dentsu, Factspan Analytics, Futurense and Indegene for their work in digital campaigns with personalized content, reducing costs for not-for-profit healthcare providers, and harmonizing diverse patient data sources to drive patient experience success.