ThoughtSpot Announces AWS Marketplace Listing

ThoughtSpot, an analytics cloud company, announced milestone achievements with its channel and alliance programs with the launch of the AWS Marketplace listing for Team and Pro editions as well as key senior channel executive hires.

Customers can access and purchase ThoughtSpot’s self-service analytics via AWS Marketplace with their existing AWS commitments, making it frictionless to implement a powerful experience layer on top of a modern data stack.

Alongside Databricks Partner Connect and Snowflake Partner Connect, this is the next phase of making ThoughtSpot interoperable with the most performant cloud data platforms, allowing companies to maximize the business impact of their cloud investments with live insights.

In addition to the AWS Marketplace, AWS customers can tap into the Powered by Amazon Redshift program, which deepens ThoughtSpot’s integration allowing any Amazon Redshift customer to leverage self-service analytics to make sense of large volumes of data without having to connect SaaS products to their data platform manually.

Customers also can access ThoughtSpot via the Snowflake Partner Connect or the open-source Databricks Partner Connect which gives them the ability to access via an existing ThoughtSpot account from partner connect or launch a free trial in seconds without having to leave the tool.

The ThoughtSpot partner and alliance ecosystem continues to co-innovate to deliver new capabilities to the Modern Analytics Cloud. This includes adding to a library of bespoke ThoughtSpot SpotApps, out-of-the-box solution accelerators built for common cloud-based data sources like ServiceNow, Snowflake, Google Analytics, Hubspot and Salesforce helping to solve customer problems faster.

In line with ThoughtSpot’s channel and alliance programs growth, the team is expanding with two strategic hires. Following Kuntal Vahalia’s recent appointment as Senior Vice President of Worldwide Channel and Alliances, Rajesh Dhiman joins ThoughtSpot as Senior Director, Global Systems Integrators, where he is responsible for building and developing key global partnerships. Dhiman’s appointment follows the recent opening of the new office in Trivandrum, the company’s third R&D center in India, alongside $150m investment plans across Indian operations over the next five years.

Britny Holloway also joins to lead AWS Global Alliances from AWS. Holloway will oversee the ThoughtSpot AWS partnership as the two organizations expand to serve an increase in joint customer demand.

Learn more about ThoughtSpot’s partners and alliances here.