Saturday, 7 April 2018

Teradata Scores Highest in 3 of 4 Use Cases in 2018 Gartner Report: Critical Capabilities for Data Management Solutions for Analytics : Teradata received the highest scores in three of four use cases in the Gartner report, “Critical Capabilities for Data Management Solutions for Analytics,” issued March 16, 2018 by analysts Rick Greenwald, Adam M. Ronthal and Roxane Edjlali. Teradata (NYSE: TDC), the leading cloud-based data and analytics company, is one of 21 vendors evaluated in the report, which is a companion note to the 2018 Magic Quadrant for Data Management Solutions for Analytics , issued Feb. 13, where Teradata was named as a Leader for the 16th consecutive time. “Teradata’s dominating leadership position in the Critical Capabilities evaluation, including our perfect score in the advanced analytics category, speaks to our ongoing success in directly addressing today’s biggest analytic challenges with innovative products and services that create meaningful business value,” said Martyn Etherington, Chief Marketing Officer at Teradata. “We are particularly proud of our top ranking in the new real-time use case, which will only become more relevant in the burgeoning field of sensors and Internet of Things as more businesses begin to leverage those assets for increased efficiency, preventative maintenance, new services and more.” Souma Das, Managing Director, Teradata India, said, “Teradata is focused on providing customers with solutions that enable them to leverage the full power of data analytics to drive success across the business. We are pleased to see that acknowledgement reflected in the Gartner Critical Capabilities report where Teradata has received the highest score in Real-Time Data Warehouse, Logical Data Warehouse and Traditional Data Warehouse Use Cases. Teradata achieved a perfect score for Advanced Analytics, performance and high availability in the report. This recognition is a reflection of our efforts to comprehend the customer needs and provide the best value to them.” In its report, Gartner characterized the current landscape: “Organizations are increasingly using their DMSAs to access data from multiple external sources, as well as combining multiple data types and models together in the same DMSA…Moreover, expectations are now turning to the cloud as an alternative deployment option because of its elasticity and operational pricing models.”