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Talend named a Leader in Data Integration Tools

Data integration and integrity solution provider Talend has been named a Leader in the August 2020 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data integration Tools.

It is the fifth consecutive time that Talend has been positioned in the Leaders quadrant based on the company's ability to execute and completeness of vision.
 
According to Gartner, The data integration tools market is seeing renewed momentum driven by urgent requirements for hybrid/multi-cloud data management, augmented data integration and data fabric designs. This assessment of 20 vendors will help data and analytics leaders choose a best fit for their data integration needs.
 
"We believe that being recognised once again as a Leader by Gartner speaks volumes to the strategic value our Talend Data Fabric platform provides to businesses," says Lauren Vaccarello, CMO at Talend.  

"Organisations need to make critical decisions with confidence using complete, uncompromised data that is available in real time.  Customers rely on us to gain clarity in their data in order to quickly adapt and navigate in today's markets," she says.
 
"Talend Data Fabric is the only data integration and integrity platform that simplifies all aspects of working with data for analysis and use, driving critical business outcomes," the company says in a statement.

"Talend Data Fabric includes a suite of apps to ensure enterprise data is complete, clean, uncompromised, and readily available to everyone who needs it throughout the organisation."

In the report, Gartner notes, by 2023, organisations utilising data fabrics to dynamically connect, optimise and automate data management processes will reduce time to integrated data delivery by 30%. 

Through 2025, over 80% of organisations will use more than one cloud service provider (CSP) for their data and analytics use cases, making it critical for them to prioritise an independent and CSP-neutral integration technology to avoid vendor lock-ins, the analyst firm says.

Earlier this month, Talend was also recognised by Gartner as a Leader in data quality tools in the 2020 Magic Quadrant for Data Quality Solutions. It was the third consecutive time that Talend has been positioned in the Leaders quadrant.

“Data quality is essential, bringing the clarity and decisiveness necessary to organisations as they navigate today’s market,” Vaccarello said at the time.

“Trusting the quality in your real-time data helps businesses pivot quickly and make critical decisions. We are thrilled that Gartner has again positioned Talend as a Leader in this Magic Quadrant report. We think this recognition validates the strategic importance of our offering.”

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