We help Manufacturers...
Gain visibility into key datasets across functions
Streamline moving on-premise datasets to the cloud for analytics
Leverage operational and financial data for improved decision making
Reduce the time and effort associated with data delivery and analytics
Simplify ownership of sustainable and low maintenance data pipelines
How to Unlock
Game-Changing Insights with Fivetran & Hashmap
What's Most Important When Building New Data Products?
Hashmap Megabytes Episode 15
Extracting Facebook Insights API via Fivetran & Snowflake
Hashmap on Tap | Episode 29
Leadership Perspectives with Ajay Bidani from Powell Industries
Ajay Bidani is the IT Business Systems Manager of the Product Design and Manufacturing Team at Powell Industries. Powell is a major provider of packaged solutions for the control, monitoring, and distribution of electrical power and other critical industrial processes. Ajay and Randy Pitcher discuss challenges with modernizing data infrastructure and analytics solutions in the cloud within the manufacturing industry and Ajay shares some concrete leadership advice.
Hashmap on Tap | Episode 61
Accelerating Digital Transformations with the Cloud and Snowflake with Richie Bachala
Hashmap host Kelly Kohlleffel talks with Richie Bachala, the Global Data Engineering Manager of Sherwin-Williams. Richie explains what it’s like to lead a worldwide team of data engineers in delivering cloud-based data as a service solution for over 11,000 data consumers across the company. He shares his experiences with Snowflake and how migrating from Oracle has positively impacted the business.
"Over a quick 6 week project, Hashmap partnered with us on a Proof of Technology solution which included Snowflake, Matillion, and dbt orchestrated in AWS. They worked with us to ensure that from design to deployment, the solution would be a best fit for our combination of available skills and planned technologies."
Ajay Bidani, Business Systems Manager
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