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DBTA 100 2016 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Search Technologies
www.searchtechnologies.com 
Search Technologies specializes in the design, implementation, and management of enterprise search and big data applications.

Sinequa
www.sinequa.com
Sinequa helps customers make sense of their big data and extract value from it by providing business insights and actionable information with comprehensive and highly integrated real-time big data search and analytics.

Sisense
www.sisense.com
By providing a complete solution for preparing, analyzing and visualizing big or disparate datasets, Sisense offers business intelligence and analytics software that allows business users to join multiple large datasets, build smart dashboards with data visualizations, and share with thousands of users, without dependence on coding, IT, or data scientists.

SnapLogic, Inc.
www.snaplogic.com
Delivering an elastic integration platform as a service to connect cloud applications and disparate data sources, SnapLogic assists enterprises with making better decisions, and provides a single view of customers, products, and services.

Snowflake Computing, Inc.
www.snowflake.net
A cloud data warehousing company, Snowflake Computing aims to reinvent the data warehouse, bringing together all users, all data, and all workloads in a single repository.

Software AG
www.softwareag.com
Software AG provides big data, integration, and business process technologies that enable customers to drive operational efficiency, modernize their systems, and optimize processes for smarter decisions and better service.

SolarWinds
www.solarwinds.com
Striving to eliminate complexity within the IT space, SolarWinds provides products and tools to solve a broad range of IT management challenges across networks, servers, applications, storage, virtualization, and database.

Splice Machine
www.splicemachine.com
Supporting ACID transactions via Hadoop RDBMS, Splice Machine is designed to scale real-time applications using commodity hardware without application rewrites.

Splunk, Inc.
www.splunk.com
Splunk software and cloud services help organizations to search, monitor, analyze, and visualize machine-generated big data coming from websites, applications, servers, networks, sensors, and mobile devices for real-time operational intelligence.

SQLstream, Inc.
www.sqlstream.com
Providing customers with actionable insights extracted from their machine data in motion, SQLStream provides SQLstream Blaze, a scalable, real-time data hub for operational intelligence and the Internet of Things that is built on a SQLcompliant data stream processing platform.

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