DENVER–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Palantir Technologies (NYSE:PLTR) today issued additional details about its inaugural Demo Day on Tuesday, January 26, 2021, at 4:30pm ET.
Demo Day marks the first time Palantir is demoing the latest developments to its software platforms, Foundry and Gotham, to the general public. The demos will include examples of how Palantir’s commercial and government customers — including manufacturers, defense agencies, and others — use its software.
The event will also highlight Palantir’s modular strategy, including the announcement and demonstration of new software modules such as:
- Software-Defined Data Integration (“SDDI”): to integrate with dozens of ERP systems in days
- Low-Code / No-Code Environments: to deploy operational applications in hours
- Archetypes: to start business use cases in a few clicks
- AI-Enabled Mission Command: to support U.S. and allied nations in planning and executing missions
Palantir will also discuss its latest developments on Apollo, the company’s continuous delivery and infrastructure platform. Apollo ensures Foundry and Gotham can be used by customers in any environment. In Q4 2020, Apollo managed 150,000+ upgrades per week across environments, up from 40,000+ upgrades per week in Q2 2020.
About Palantir Technologies Inc.
Palantir Technologies is a software company that builds enterprise data platforms for use by organizations with complex and sensitive data environments. From building safer cars and planes, to discovering new drugs and combating terrorism, Palantir helps customers across the public, private, and nonprofit sectors transform the way they use their data. Additional information is available at https://www.palantir.com.
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