Capco partners with decision intelligence firm Pyramid Analytics

28 July 2023 2 min. read
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Capco, a management and technology consultancy serving the financial services industry, has partnered with Pyramid Analytics to help financial institutions simplify and improve their decision making.

Founded in 2009 and headquartered in Amsterdam, Pyramid’s decision intelligence platform delivers a low/no-code solution for data preparation, business analytics, and data science. The firm’s software applies AI guidance to the entire analytics pipeline – providing direct access to any data at scale as well as delivering AI-assisted, self-service experiences for any individual.

The new partnership will combine Capco’s industry experience and data analytics expertise with Pyramid’s leading business intelligence software to help financial services companies make faster and better decisions to seize opportunities in revenue generation, cost optimization, and risk management.

“This new partnership enhances our ability to serve our clients, who are very focused on their efforts to identify their path forward in today’s dynamic business environment, using these technologies,” Lance Levy, CEO at Capco, said. “We are delighted to be working with Brian McCormac and the Pyramid team.”

Capco partners with decision intelligence firm Pyramid Analytics

The news follows Capco’s announcement earlier this summer that it was expanding its US community banking practice with a deeper array of digital offerings – including enterprise data analytics, cybersecurity, and payments advisory.

“Pyramid Analytics is thrilled to announce a partnership with Capco, one of the premier business and technology consultants in financial services,” said Brian McCormac, EVP of global sales at Pyramid. “With Capco's strategic perspective and our own next-gen approach to analytics, we can help clients automate their inefficient and painstaking day-to-day data preparation tasks and refocus reporting on decision outcomes.” 

Capco delivers a wide array of management and technology consulting services to clients in banking and payments, capital markets, wealth and asset management, and insurance. The firm also works with energy sector clients in the United States.

Headquartered in London, Capco has more than 6,500 employees globally. It is owned by Indian IT consulting giant Wipro, which acquired it in 2021.