DBTA 100 2015 - The Companies That Matter Most in Data

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Tableau Software, Inc.
Christian  Chabot, CEO & Co-Founder

Making business intelligence faster and easier, Tableau provides a suite of interactive products to help users quickly analyze, visualize, and share information in the office and on-the-go.

Mike Tuchen, CEO

Talend builds on open source innovation to create enterprise-ready solutions spanning big data, cloud, application integration, and master data management to help customers derive business value more quickly.

Teradata Corp.
Michael  Koehler, President & CEO

Teradata provides a portfolio of big data analytic solutions, integrated marketing applications, and services across cloud, Hadoop, data warehousing, and analytics to help organizations gain a sustainable competitive advantage with data.

TIBCO Software, Inc.
Murray Rode, CEO

Combining real-time event processing and insightful analytics,  the TIBCO platform  offers a mix of products and services to help customers capture the right information at the right time and act on it quickly for a competitive advantage.

TransLattice, Inc.
Frank Huerta, CEO & Co-Founder  

Providing geo-distributed data management solutions to support availability, global visibility, and data location control, TransLattice products help ensure successful disaster recovery, improve online transaction processing performance, and assure regulatory and corporate compliance.

Trillium Software, a Harte Hanks Company
Philip Galati, CEO

Understanding that accurate data is critical to the performance of an organization, Trillium blends industry-leading technology with out-of-the-box content and consulting services to support sustainable data quality and data governance strategies.

Violin Memory
Kevin DeNuccio, President & CEO

Supporting the next-generation data center, Violin Memory provides all-flash storage arrays, and recently introduced a new all-flash storage system designed to run all primary storage and active workloads below the cost of traditional disk.


View From the Top by Said Ouissal, Sr. Vice President, Worldwide Field Operations, Violin Memory

With flash implementations that disrupt enterprise storage systems expected to reach $41B by next year, storage buyers are at a crossroads. Innovative and cost-effective solutions that deliver performance, reliability and flexibility to scale and meet future needs are required.

Flash as primary storage is the catalyst to business, economic and competitive advantages. Violin technology advancements enable customers to build next-generation data centers with enhanced business agility and revolutionary economics. The Violin Flash Storage Platform™ (FSP) marks the first all-flash storage system for all primary storage and active workloads at half the cost of traditional disk—a viable solution to address primary storage challenges for enterprise, cloud and virtualized business and mission-critical on.


Voltage Security (acquired by HP)
Albert Biketi, General Manager, HP Atalla

Data protection solution provider Voltage offers data- centric encryption, tokenization, and key management solutions to secure all types of sensitive corporate and customer information wherever it resides.


View From the Top by Albert Biketi, General Manager, HP Atalla

HP Security Voltage— now part of HP Enterprise Security Products

HP Security Voltage is a world leader in data-centric encryption and tokenization—providing trusted data security that scales to deliver cost-effective PCI compliance, scope reduction and secure analytics. HP Security Voltage solutions are used by leading enterprises worldwide, reducing risk and protecting brand while enabling business... read on.

Bruce Reading, President & CEO

NewSQL database provider VoltDB combines the speed and scale of NoSQL databases, with the ACID guarantees, relational data models, and transactional capability of traditional RDBMSs.

Yellowfin International Pty Ltd.
Glen Rabie, CEO & Co-Founder

Delivering BI functionality via a single integrated platform, Yellowfin provides interactive dashboards, support for data exploration, collaboration, data visualization, and mobile device access.


View From the Top by Glen Rabie, CEO & Co-Founder, Yellowfin

It’s become clear to me that the Business Intelligence (BI) market is undergoing a period of significant change. Organizations now realize the potential and value of empowering people—throughout the enterprise—with the ability to take better, faster fact-based action.

People are moving away from the constraints, cost and complexity associated with traditional approaches to reporting and analytics—they’re demanding on.

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