Nathean was founded in Dublin, Ireland in 2001 and has grown its customer base across multiple sectors internationally by delivering fast, flexible, cost-effective data analytics solutions, accelerating the mainstream use of Data Visualisation, Machine Learning and AI.
Our software, when deployed as part of a digital transformation strategy, is proven to significantly increase the level of automation in report generation and analytics. End-users are freed from mundane error-prone manual report creation enabling them to carry out more meaningful and impactful tasks. The fully managed Nathean stack is designed with Data Governance built-in since its inception which means it seamlessly integrates and securely accesses enterprise data sources with its wide range of data connectors
As a founding industry member of Ireland’s Centre for Applied AI Technology Centre (CeADAR), we have participated in several funded research projects with academia, including TUDublin, on Enterprise Ireland’s Innovation Partnership Programme and are currently active in the EU funded Human-Centred AI Masters (HCAIM) project. We have been an Enterprise Ireland client since 2008.
As well as our analytics & reporting platform we also provide supporting project services in:
- Project Management
- Business Analysts
- Data Engineering
- Software Development
Some of our Customers...
What Our Customers Say...
"Nathean played a vital role in the asset data capture project. Their data integration products greatly helped in speeding up the data processing and quality control..."
- Asset Intelligence Manager (Irish Water)
“Nathean Analytics has brought massive value to the company as it has allowed for data to be analysed quicker and easier than before. It provides a greater insight into what’s selling for Rayners.”
- Simon Hirst, (formerly of) Rayner Opticians
“Based on our experience to date, I would happily recommend Nathean Analytics to other organisations that are looking to maximise ROI from their existing finance systems through faster and easier analysis of their data assets.”
- Ian Sibbald, Financial Controller, Cranfield University