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Sisense Continues Its Rapid Corporate Growth with Opening of Arizona Office

Sisense, disrupting the Business Intelligence (BI) market by simplifying analytics for complex data, continues impressive growth with the opening of its Scottsdale, Arizona location – adding to its existing US headquarters in New York City. Sisense remains a dominant leader in the rapidly expanding market of BI and big data. The company is providing unparalleled agility and time-to-first-insight, while improving self-service and cost efficiency for business users, and continuously bringing new technology and innovation with its unique In-Chip™ technology and the recent release of Sisense BI Everywhere.

Scottsdale has become a hotbed of innovation, and as Sisense continues its focus on expanding its presence in the North American market, the company plans to tap the local talent pool agents. The company has already begun creating and filling jobs in sales, marketing and support, with plans to grow the office to 50 employees by the end of 2016. To ensure its success, Sisense will relocate several key leaders from its New York City headquarters, to work out of the Scottsdale office.

Named one of the 50 highest-rated private cloud companies to work for by Glassdoor, the company sees an opportunity to provide employees with a clear path from sales and account management into leadership roles – replicating what it has done in the New York office. Employees will have the chance to work with Sisense’s existing, impressive roster of clients ranging from large enterprises to SMBs.

Sisense has experienced exciting momentum – boasting more than 100 percent annual growth rate for the fifth consecutive year. Sisense has established a strong global presence with customers located in 52 countries. As Sisense continues to expand its footprint, opening the Scottsdale office is a strategic part of the company’s next phase of growth with an eye to accelerating its rapid expansion in the western part of the nation.

“We are very excited to become an integral part of the Scottsdale business community,” said Amir Orad, CEO of Sisense. “As we continue to expand our North American market presence, we look forward to demonstrating our innovative culture and bringing our self-service BI approach to more businesses across the globe. We pride ourselves on being named among the best private cloud and analytics companies to work for, and see a bright future in Arizona.

“The City of Scottsdale welcomes Sisense to our community,” said Scottsdale Mayor W.J. “Jim” Lane. “Great companies like Sisense are enjoying the benefits of locating in our thriving tech community. Having recently been recognized as one of the top locations in the U.S. to live an active lifestyle and grow your business, Scottsdale is a city that offers employees and executive’s exceptional quality of life.”

By delivering a simpler way to manage, analyze and visualize complex data, Sisense is enabling access to powerful analytics for all business users, without significant IT resources. Sisense’s growth and innovation have been recognized by several recent award wins, including being named to the inaugural Forbes 100 Best Cloud Companies; named to CRN’s Big Data 100; recognized with multiple award wins from Dresner Advisory Services – including a “perfect recommend” listing; and being awarded a 2016 Frost & Sullivan Customer Service Excellence Recognition.

For more information about the Scottsdale, AZ office or to join the team, please visit: https://www.sisense.com/careers/arizona/

About Sisense

Sisense simplifies business analytics for complex data. Powered by its unique In-Chip™ and Single Stack™ technologies – Sisense delivers unmatched performance, agility and value, eliminating much of the costly data preparation traditionally needed with business analytics tools and providing a single, complete tool to analyze and visualize large, disparate data sets without IT resources. With more than one thousand customers in over 50 countries, including global brands like Target and Samsung, Sisense was recently designated a hot company to watch by CIO, CRN and Information Management and recognize as one of the “10 Most Innovative IT Ventures” at Under the Radar. Its solution won the “Audience Choice” award at the O’Reilly Strata Conference and its CTO won the World Technology Award for the invention of In-Chip™ analytics.

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