Neo4j is teaming up with Deloitte Consulting Southeast Asia on delivering a range of services to customers in Southeast Asia (SEA).
Under the agreement, Neo4j will provide product and technical support to Deloitte and eventually to the end customer, while Deloitte will offer advisory and implementation services to build graph-powered solutions to fit end-user needs.
The partnership will focus on verticals such as logistics and transportation, telecommunications, financial services, and government and public services.
“With the rise of graph data platforms in the region, Neo4j is the ideal partner for Deloitte to enhance our value proposition for customers by advising and implementing high impact and insights driven solutions such as knowledge graphs. Deloitte has developed knowledge graph accelerators to enable organisations to quickly adopt and leverage the power of knowledge graphs,” said Chris Lewin, AI & Data Practice Leader at Deloitte Consulting Southeast Asia.
According to Nik Vora (above), Vice President of Neo4j Asia Pacific, the partnership with Deloitte means customers will be able to counter the challenges of dealing with dynamic, complex relationships between data to achieve strategic business goals.
“The demand for graph data platforms continues to grow – at Neo4j alone we experienced 100 percent growth in Asia Pacific in 2021, with accelerated demand coming from a wide range of industries, including financial services, travel, retail, public sector, and healthcare organisations wanting to solve complex business problems with Neo4j,” he said.
Neo4j’s customers in the region include Amity Thailand, Capital A, DBS Bank, Standard Chartered Bank, Starhub, and leading government agencies.