Five Minute Briefing - Information Management
September 16, 2021
Five Minute Briefing - Information Management: September 16, 2021. A concise weekly report with key product news, market research and insight for data management professionals and IT executives.
AnalyticsIQ, a provider of predictive marketing data, has expanded its relationship with Snowflake, provider of a data platform as a cloud service. AnalyticsIQ will now make its B2C and B2B data available through the Snowflake Data Marketplace.
Domo is introducing Sandbox, a new development and testing environment built on the Domo platform, to help customers create and promote content into production across the enterprise. With Sandbox, data professionals and business users have a safe and governed space to collaborate before unleashing new BI-related content into production, ensuring a smoother roll out and a higher level of trust and satisfaction.
dotData, a provider of AI automation solutions, is partnering with Tableau to enable Tableau users to leverage the power of dotData's AI automation capabilities. As a result of this partnership, Tableau users will be able to build customized predictive analytics solutions faster and more easily.
Leostream, a provider of secure high-performance remote access solutions, is offering the Leostream RESTful API, supporting Managed Solutions Providers (MSPs) and enterprise organizations that are increasingly adopting DevOps processes into their remote access environments. The pandemic underscored the need for DevOps teams to build remote access at scale while also creating efficiencies and reducing costs. Leostream is meeting these needs with the debut of the Leostream RESTful API, according to the vendor.
Syniti, a provider of enterprise data management, is acquiring 360Science, a proven data quality leader specializing in matching, deduping, unifying, linking, and verifying contact and business data. The acquisition, which encompasses 360Science's technology and the retention of key talent in data matching and linguistics, will strengthen Syniti's expertise in helping customers tackle the complex issues surrounding data.