Custom data processing partners with Yellowbrick to deliver

MOUNTAIN VIEW Calif., Oct. 04, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Yellowbrick Data, the leading multi-cloud data warehouse provider, today announced that Custom Data Processing Inc. (CDP), a national provider of software solutions for federal, state and local public health organizations, chose Yellowbrick to manage its growing data volumes. With Yellowbrick, CDP customers and public sector agencies make better decisions by analyzing large amounts of data faster, in the cloud or on-premises, as required by government policies, leveraging Yellowbrick’s unique capability to deploy anywhere.

“The pandemic has resulted in an increase in government health data – not only for health agencies, but also for national nutrition programs,” said Scott Pralle, vice president of business development at CDP. “CDP manages the sensitive data that allows these essential programs to operate. Yellowbrick’s high performance data warehouse stood out from the competition and was the best choice for our public sector customers. Yellowbrick’s performance and flexibility allows us to quickly slice and dice our data to better leverage our time, build robust reports and dashboards, and deliver better results to our clients.

CDP’s Data Direct solution is a one-stop-shop for public health data analytics. Programs such as WIC (Women, Infants and Children), EMR (Electronic Medical Records), Environmental Health, and SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program) rely on Data Direct to gain insights and help manage programs by enforcing a evidence-based decision making. Data Direct democratizes relevant data to user groups at national, local and public levels.

Data Direct assists “power users” with ad hoc drag-and-drop reports and those who simply want to answer questions about their data. CDP’s Yellowbrick multi-node data warehouse allows CDP to scale to large volumes of data while dramatically improving performance. Tableau and Yellowbrick integration powers new analytical capabilities in data stores using direct live queries, making data available as soon as it is loaded into the warehouse.

“Many companies and agencies are still trying to manage the mountains of data created during the pandemic. With Yellowbrick, CDP can deploy its solution wherever its customers want, in public or private clouds,” said Mark Cusack, CTO at Yellowbrick. “We are excited to see how Yellowbrick will positively impact the public health programs that CDP serves.”

About Custom Data Processing, Inc.
Custom Data Processing, Inc. (CDP) has been providing electronic health solutions to federal, state, and local health organizations since 1979. CDP’s highly agile, custom software solutions, built around core system components, are continually improved based on industry trends and customer feedback. These solutions have been implemented in over a thousand locations across the United States. CDP offers three distinct offerings for WIC programs, including management information solutions (MIS), electronic benefit processing (WIC Direct), and a data warehouse tool (Data Direct). Additional offerings include an environmental health app, electronic health records and networking services. For more information about CDP, visit www.cdpehs.com. Follow CDP on Twitter @CDPEHS.

About Yellowbrick Data
Yellowbrick Data Warehouse is a modern, elastic data warehouse with separate storage and compute that runs in the cloud and on-premises. Yellowbrick enables large enterprises to eliminate complexity, reduce risk, and predict and control costs by running all their data anywhere, on multi-cloud instances.

Yellowbrick enables enterprises to run complex queries against petabyte-scale live data in their own cloud account, while supporting high concurrency with fast, interactive response to customers’ toughest business questions. Yellowbrick Data was founded in 2014 and is based in Mountain View, California. Learn more at yellowbrick.com and visit us on LinkedIn and Twitter.

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