Palantir Technologies (NYSE: PLTR) has been the subject of much speculation when it comes to high-swinging tech companies. Up until recently, the company’s reliance on government contracts has been a limiting factor in theories for long-term growth. However, Palantir’s recent expansion into the commercial space has turned some heads, but it’s the company’s Foundry software that really has the potential to put Palantir further into the spotlight.
The company has announced today it will be introducing a Palantir Certification Program; offering its Foundry customers the chance to accelerate internal growth by accelerating value through optimizing Foundry talent within their workforce. The software platform is becoming increasingly popular in the enterprise space, bridging data operations and transforming organizational performance.
The certification program is the latest step in supporting enterprise growth. As Foundry expands, the requirement from Foundry expertise has never been more critical. The Certification Program will readily identify individuals who are needed for the implementation of transformative solutions throughout various different enterprises.
Ted Mabrey, Palantir’s Global Head of Commercial Business, stated:
“It has been our company’s mission to empower our customers to use Palantir’s software to transform their organizations…Certifications represent a critical milestone in democratizing the transformative power of our software by setting an explicit standard that organizations should expect from their data and their data professionals.”
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