PLANO, TX – June 25 – Hashmap, an NTT DATA Company, today was announced as the FY2021 winner of the Snowflake Ski Lift Content Competition. This is the 2nd year in a row that Hashmap has won the award. Since becoming an early partner with Snowflake, the Data Cloud Company, in 2018, they have produced over 100 Snowflake technical articles, podcasts, case studies, and videos which is driven from the 90+ Snowflake projects that they have delivered as a solution integration and application consulting partner. This award goes to the Snowflake partner that produces the most Snowflake-related content annually across the global partner community.
“Hashmap consistently goes above and beyond to accelerate the value of Snowflake to our customers and the community,” stated Denise Persson, Snowflake CMO. “Hashmap shines in the service delivery excellence that they demonstrate, as well as with the compelling Snowflake technical content that they continue to produce year after year.”
“We are honored to receive the FY2021 Ski Lift Partner Award,” said Kelly Kohlleffel, Hashmap VP GTM, “and we’re very excited about continuing to grow our partnership with Snowflake and our customers across all of Snowflake’s Data Cloud workloads. Our customers continue to reinforce how valuable the technical content is that we create and I’m really proud of how every Hashmapper passionately contributes to the technical community.”
The Snowflake and Hashmap partnership has evolved with global customer adoption of Snowflake over the past several years, and to date Hashmap has engaged more than 1,500 Snowflake customers across a range of open-source Snowflake utilities and accelerators.
Hashmap, an NTT DATA Company, delivers data and cloud consulting services and solutions across 20+ industries from startups to Fortune 500. Hashmap’s approach to data values simplicity, speed, sustainability, and self service. Since 2018, Hashmap has delivered consulting services and 300+ data and cloud projects by partnering with customers for strategy and assessment, migration and modernization, architecture and engineering, along with automation and optimization.