Pythian Group

This article is about the technology-enabled services company. For the Oracle of Delphi, see Pythia. For residents or natives of Delphi, see Delphi.
Private company
Industry IT services, IT consulting
Founded 1997
Headquarters Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Area served
Services IT Services
IT Consulting
Managed services
Number of employees

The Pythian Group, Inc., commonly known as Pythian, is a Canadian multinational corporation that provides data consulting and managed services for revenue-generating and unusually valuable technology infrastructures built on Oracle, SQL Server, MySQL, Hadoop, Cassandra and other products. The company is based in Ottawa, Ontario and has offices in New York City, San Francisco, London United Kingdom, Sydney Australia and Hyderabad India.

Founded by Paul Vallée in 1997,[1] the company employs approximately 400 employees. In 2014 they acquired,[2] which was formerly PalominoDB and DriveDev.

Pythian was named in Canada's Top Small & Medium Employers of 2015.[3][4] In 2013[5] and 2014[6][7] they received the Global Outsourcing 100 Rising Star by the International Association of Outsourcing Professionals.

Pythian is the creator of Adminiscope, a privileged access management and supervision product named in Database Trends and Applications Magazine's Trend-Setting Products for both 2014 and 2015.[8][9][10] Adminiscope permits service providers that deliver their services remotely an additional differentiator and revenue stream by offering its security, audit and replay features to customers.[11]

Pythian employs a number of the world’s notable data infrastructure experts[12] including 14 Oracle Technology Network Oracle ACEs and Oracle ACE Directors,[13] 6 Microsoft Most Valuable Professionals,[14][15] and 1 of only 13 Cloudera Champions of Big Data[16]


Awards & Recognition

Pythian was ranked 91st on the Branham Group Inc's list of 2015 Top 250 Canadian ICT Companies [25]


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