MammothDB, provider of Big Data analytics, has earned a winning title in global enterprise technology start-up awards the Tech Trailblazers Awards. As well as holding this year's Big Data category title, the Bulgarian-based company was commended as a runner-up in the Emerging Markets category.
MammothDB impressed the judging panel and voting public with its cloud-based Big Data analytics offering, combining a SQL-compliant database and analytics platform which allows varying types of organisations to understand their all-important data and explore it in a smart way.
Its offering ticked all the boxes as a big data start-up; a scalable approach for various data volumes, tailored reporting to suit the customer's data mapping objectives, partnerships with key service providers and proven success with a number of customers. MammothDB's customer list is impressive - proving that SME talent can successfully measure up alongside the giants. Cisco, DHL, Publicis and Piano Media have deployed MammothDB to make the best use of their data, and these customer relationships prove the benefits of its effective support and insight to many types of organisations.
Steve Keil, CEO, MammothDB said: "We're delighted to receive the Tech Trailblazers Big Data Award. In a highly competitive industry, MammothDB is delivering the benefits of Big Data to clients around the world."
Boyan S. Benev, CMO, MammothDB commented: "Europe is a great place to innovate. At some point these innovative ideas need to turn into sustainable businesses. I'm proud to say that MammothDB is a great example of European tech innovation pushing boundaries and creating a thriving, sustainable business."
Rose Ross, Chief Trailblazer said: "On behalf of the team and esteemed international judging panel, I congratulate all the winners of the Tech Trailblazers Awards. We were greatly impressed by the ingenuity and innovation shown in the entries. Winners of this year's Tech Trailblazers Awards are some of the most exciting enterprise tech startups making an impact in the business world today. I'm sure we will be hearing more about the successes from these inspiring start-ups in the future. We wish them the very best of tech trailblazing luck in 2016."