The challenge lies in navigating a developer’s diverse landscape

A developer’s role in today’s data-driven ecosystem is multi-faceted, facing diverse and concurrent challenges. Developers must address security threats and regulatory compliance while managing multi-source data integration and model deployment. Similarly, while focusing on generating real-time insights, they also have to optimize the system and model performance. Ensuring cross-platform compatibility without access to the right data tools could also impair their functioning. The Fosfor Decision Cloud helps developers navigate these obstacles easily.

Infusing agility and accuracy in developer functions

With the Fosfor Decision Cloud, developers can seamlessly deploy models using a standardized model validation framework. Reliable AI assistance enhances model performance by ensuring data quality and accuracy. Also, a robust data and model governance framework guarantees protection against security threats, and real-time observability minimizes pipeline disruptions. The various inbuilt tools and resources improve model explainability and facilitate seamless cross-platform integration, helping developers perform their functions at scale and speed.

Insights in a mobile app

Experience the ease of accessing analytics through the Fosfor Decision Cloud’s mobile app interface. Help your organization’s decision-makers obtain insights on the go and amplify their ability to discover, collaborate, and turn insights into measurable results.

Integration with existing workflows

Leverage the Fosfor Decision Cloud’s SDKs and API-powered ready-to-plug-in model for seamless integration with existing business workflows to support, augment, and automate data-driven decisions.

Data stories for better collaboration

Eliminate silos and utilize actionable data stories to help your organization operate as a singular entity. Use clear insights and optimize collaboration so that teams can work together to unlock new business opportunities

Reduce turnaround times

The Fosfor Decision Cloud’s intuitive no-code environment enables quick and easy data analysis for all business use cases. Easy integration with data sources and the establishment of diagnostic and predictive workflows facilitate the launch of solutions on-prem or on cloud.
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What business leaders say

See how your peers have created value with the Fosfor Decision Cloud
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Fosfor products are helping us solve multiple challenges like data orchestration and data management.

Associate Director,
Associate Director, IOT Division
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Fosfor is our platform of choice as it has the best integration with the Model Risk Management (MRM) system and our continuous integration and delivery platform, along with exposure to the Global Model Validation (GMV) team.

Director,
Head, Data Technology

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