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DBTA 100 2019 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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The stakes for expert data management continue to escalate. Data volumes are expanding rapidly and it is well-understood today that companies that harness the value of this precious commodity will be the winners.

With a growing appreciation for data’s value, spending on data management and analytics products and services is also on the rise. IDC forecasts revenues for big data and business analytics solutions will reach $189.1 billion in 2019 with double-digit annual growth projected through 2022, according to its “Worldwide Semiannual Big Data and Analytics Spending Guide.”

A new Unisphere Research report sponsored by Pythian also reveals that the vast majority of respondents believe that a well-documented data strategy is critical to their ability to deliver value to the business, and just about all respondents, 97%, have a documented data strategy (“Profiling the Data-Driven Business,” 2019).

However, it is not just companies that see the value of data. Criminals do, as well. According to IBM’s “2018 Cost of a Data Breach Study,” the average total cost of a data breach rose from $3.62 million to $3.86 million, an increase of 6.4% over the previous year. Understandably, the study found, the longer it takes to identify and contain a breach, the greater the cost.

Recognizing benefits and challenges inherent in data management, each year, DBTA compiles a list of 100 companies that matter in data, showcasing vendors that are addressing the interconnected demands for hardware, software, and services that help customers unlock their data’s potential. Some are long-standing companies with well-established offerings that have evolved over time, and others are much newer to the data scene.

This seventh DBTA 100 list spans a wide variety of companies that are each uniquely addressing today’s demands for hardware, software, and services. We encourage you to explore these companies and their offerings. You can also review original research reports in Unisphere Research’s library at www.dbta.com/DBTA-Downloads/ResearchReports. And, to stay on top of the latest news, IT trends, and research, go to www.dbta.com.


Company NameExecutive Commentary 
AccentureView From the Top
ActianView From the Top
Aerospike 
Alphabet 
Altair Knowledge Works (formerly Datawatch) 
Alteryx 
Amazon Web Services 
ArangoDBView From the Top
Arcadia Data 
ASG Technologies 
AttunityView From the Top
Bradmark Technologies 
Cambridge Semantics 
CenturyLink 
Cisco 
Cloudera 
Collibra 
ContinuentView From the Top
CouchbaseView From the Top
Databricks 
DataKitchen 
DataStax 
Datavail 
DBI SoftwareView From the Top
Dell EMC 
Delphix 
Denodo TechnologiesView From the Top
Dremio 
Empolis Information ManagementView From the Top
EnterpriseDB 
Entrinsik 
erwinView From the Top
FaunaDBView From the Top
FranzView From the Top
GridGainView From the Top
Hazelcast 
HPE (Hewlett Packard Enterprise) 
HVR  
IBM 
IDERA 
InfluxDataView From the Top
Informatica 
Information Builders 
Innovative Routines International (IRI), The CoSort Co. 
Kore TechnologiesView From the Top
Looker Data Sciences 
MapR Technologies 
MariaDB 
MarkLogic 
MelissaView From the Top
MENTIS 
Microsoft 
MicroStrategy 
MongoDB 
Navicat (PremiumSoft CyberTech Ltd.)View From the Top
Numerify 
Okta 
Oracle 
PerconaView From the Top
Progress 
Pure Storage 
Pythian (The Pythian Group) 
Qlik 
Qubole 
Quest SoftwareView From the Top
Redgate Software 
Redis Labs 
RedPoint Global 
Reltio 
Revelation SoftwareView From the Top
Rocket SoftwareView From the Top
Rubrik 
SAP 
SAS Institute 
SentryOneView From the Top
Sinequa 
Sisense 
SlamData 
Snaplogic 
Snowflake Computing 
SolarWinds 
Splice Machine 
Splunk 
Sqream 
Stardog  
Stibo Systems 
StreamSets 
StriimView From the Top
Syncsort 
Syniti (formerly BackOffice Associates)View From the Top
Tableau Software 
Talend 
Teradata 
TigerGraph 
Trifacta 
VerticaView From the Top
VMware 
VoltDB 
Wipro 
Yellowbrick Data 
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