Talend Recognized as a Visionary by Gartner in 2014 Magic Quadrant for Data Quality Tools
Evaluation Based on Completeness of Vision and Ability to Execute
Redwood City, CA - 669 UTC, 2014 -
Talend, the global big data integration software leader, today announced it has been positioned in the “Visionaries” quadrant of the Gartner, Inc. “Magic Quadrant for Data Quality Tools.”
As noted in the Magic Quadrant, “the data quality tools market continues to grow strongly. Gartner estimates that it reached $1.13 billion in software revenue at the end of 2013, which translates into 13.2% growth in constant-dollar terms over 2012 which had brought 9.9% growth over 2011.” Also noted in the report, “The survey conducted in support of this Magic Quadrant found that the annual financial impact of poor data quality on organizations is $13.3 million, on average. Of the organizations surveyed, Gartner found that 39% were unable to assess the financial impact on their organization.”
“Our mission is to ensure that companies realize the value of high-quality data and we believe Talend’s position in the Magic Quadrant by Gartner, demonstrates we are providing our customers with enterprise-ready products that are more flexible and cost-effective to use,” said Mike Tuchen, CEO, Talend. “As the first open source provider of data quality solutions, we continue to innovate product development to meet the needs of organizations in today’s data-driven enterprise.”
Talend’s products cited in the report include Talend Open Studio for Data Quality, a freely downloadable tool designed to help organizations understand and improve the completeness, accuracy and integrity of data, providing more confidence in the information received and the decisions that are made. Also included in the report is Talend Platform for Data Management, a solution that turns disparate, inconsistent and duplicate sources of data into trusted and consolidated information, allowing organizations to be more responsive and assertive in daily decisions.
 Gartner, Inc., "Magic Quadrant for Data Quality” by Saul Judah and Ted Friedman, November 26, 2014
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