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DBTA 100 2019 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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InfluxData
www.influxdata.com
Creator of InfluxDB, InfluxData delivers an open source platform built from the ground up for analyzing metrics and events (time series data) for DevOps and IoT applications, and has more than 500 customers, including Cisco, eBay, IBM, and Siemens.

View from the top by Mark Herring, Chief Marketing Officer


Every minute counts in this always-on world. This is especially true for businesses that need to know what’s going on in their systems at all times. Read on.

Informatica
www.informatica.com
An enterprise cloud data management and data integration provider—including CX, governance and compliance, analytics, and more—Informatica helps organizations fuel innovation, become more agile, and realize new growth opportunities.

Information Builders
www.informationbuilders.com
Helping customers manage and use their data for more than 40 years, Information Builders provides BI, analytics, and data management solutions that help companies manage their data, generate insights, take action, and deliver impact.

Innovative Routines International (IRI), The CoSort Co.
www.iri.com
A data management and protection ISV, IRI offers data movement and manipulation engines—and their Eclipse data and job control IDE—to enable versatile data lifecycle solutions for BI/DW architects, data security, and governance officers, DBAs, and more.

Kore Technologies
www.koretech.com
Specializing in extending the enterprise through integrated best-in-class solutions, Kore offers enterprise integration, BI, and ecommerce solutions as well as a complete suite of services, including implementation and customization.

View from the top Ken Dickinson, Co-Founder & Managing Partner


Good news: the economy is on fire, the stock market is booming, we have the lowest unemployment since 1969 and interest rates are holding steady. Business is good so it’s time to enjoy the ride … Not so fast. Read on.

Looker Data Sciences
https://looker.com
Used by more than 1,600 companies, such as Sony, Amazon, The Economist, IBM, Spotify, and Etsy, Looker offers a unified platform for data that integrates data into the daily workflows of users to deliver actionable business insights at the point of decision.

MapR Technologies
https://mapr.com
Helping organizations avoid a costly patchwork of data silos, MapR provides a data platform that harnesses, manages, and protects data, and powers the next generation of AI and analytics applications that are essential for data-driven transformation.

MariaDB
https://mariadb.com
Supporting transactional, analytical, and hybrid use cases, MariaDB delivers operational agility without sacrificing enterprise features such as real ACID compliance and full SQL, and is trusted by organizations including Deutsche Bank, DBS Bank, Nasdaq, Red Hat, The Home Depot, ServiceNow, and Verizon.   

MarkLogic
www.marklogic.com
A next-generation data platform provider for simplifying data integration, MarkLogic provides the  MarkLogic Data Hub, which eliminates friction in the data integration process, and runs in the cloud or on-premise, sitting on top of the MarkLogic multi-model database.

Melissa
www.melissa.com
Providing global address, phone, email, and name identity verification solutions and data enrichments, Melissa’s goal is to maximize the effectiveness of BI, big data analytics, and omnichannel marketing initiatives.

View from the top by Bud Walker, VP of Enterprise Sales & Strategy

Big data can certainly be a big asset. But, as data is gathered from multiple sources, Big Data can become one big mess. As a result, managing big data requires more stringent data quality routines. Read on.

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