NORTHVILLE (WWJ) — DataFactZ, a Northville-based system and data integration company, announced business expansion with five current clients including Dick’s Sporting Goods Inc., Dunnhumby USA, Heartland Payment Systems Inc., Maximus Inc., and Meijer Inc.

“More and more companies are realizing the significance of implementing business intelligence, data warehousing and big data support, which saves money and increases profits” said Krishna Kallakuri, vice president, of DataFactZ. “We receive very regular requests from our clients based in the United States and those with a global presence for their business intelligence needs especially in the retail, financial and healthcare sectors.”

DataFactZ’s significant business growth adding new clients and expanded business with existing clients has added approximately $500,000 in monthly revenue during the first half of 2013.

DataFactZ is providing the following services for their existing clients:

Dick’s Sporting Goods, based in Pittsburgh, is a full-line sporting goods retailer offering a broad assortment of brand name sports equipment, apparel and footwear. DataFactZ is working with Dick’s Sporting Goods to create a robust business intelligence system for Dick’s customer relationship management platform using MicroStrategy as the reporting platform.

Dunnhumby USA, based in London, England, is the world’s leading customer science company analyzing data and apply insights from more than 400 million customers across the globe to create better customer experiences and build loyalty. Dunnhumby serves companies including The Kroger Co., Tesco, Coca-Cola, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark, Macy’s, PepsiCo and Procter & Gamble. DataFactZ is working with Dunnhumby USA — a joint venture of Kroger and Dunnhumby — with consulting services for their various business intelligence and data warehousing projects using MicroStrategy as the reporting platform.

Heartland Payment Systems, based in Princeton, N.J., is the fifth largest payments processor in the United States, delivering credit, debit and prepaid card processing, mobile commerce, e-commerce, marketing solutions, security technology, payroll solutions, and related business solutions and services to more than 250,000 business and educational locations nationwide. DataFactZ is providing Heartland with consulting services to design and implement enterprise level data warehousing and business intelligence solutions using Microsoft BI and MicroStrategy.

Maximus, based in Albany, N.Y., is an operator of government health and human services programs in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Saudi Arabia. DataFactZ is providing Maximus with various consulting services to build its enterprise data warehouse and business intelligence on MicroStrategy and Pentaho Kettle.

Meijer, based in Grand Rapids, is a regional American retailer founded in 1934 as a supermarket chain, and is credited with pioneering the modern supercenter concept in 1962. DataFactZ is helping Meijer with various IT implementations by providing customized consulting services with data warehousing, business intelligence, and web applications development.

DataFactZ also announced recently new business with Alcoa, Stein Mart Inc., and Bank of America. DataFactZ provides services to other companies such as Walt Disney, Discovery, Volkswagen, Gap, Inc., Lord & Taylor, Enova Corporation and Intel.

By being able to solve some of the most complex business problems, DataFactZ produces high-value, industry-specific IT results for its more than 100 clients. Its unique offsite delivery model, Smart Decisions 360°, provides communication and project control in the same country and same time zone, allowing for cost-effective solutions without compromising quality.

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