List of Products in The Data Management Survey

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  • BI Product

    Alation Data Catalog

    Alation is an American software provider, which was founded in 2012 in Redwood City, California. The company now operates worldwide and has 483 employees, 385 of whom are full time. Customers come from a wide variety of industries and the software has no particular vertical focus. Alation offers a data catalog solution, collaborates with different partners and also provides educational services. It is funded by venture capital companies, as well as other technology companies.

  • BI Product

    dataspot.

    dataspot. is a privately-owned consultancy company and a service and technology provider headquartered in Vienna, Austria. Founded in 2016, the company currently has more than 23 employees (plus 15 freelancers) and operates mainly in the DACH region. dataspot. started out as a data governance consultancy before developing its own data cataloging software for metadata management. Today, it provides a data governance solution and metadata management software, data excellence consulting and education services.

  • BI Product

    Datavault Builder

    2150 Datavault Builder AG is a Swiss service provider specializing in data warehousing and business intelligence. Having identified the need for a solution that optimizes data warehouse creation and maintenance, development on the Datavault Builder product began back in 2012. In 2016, a graphical user interface was added and the company started to promote the product in earnest. In all, five dedicated developers look after the development of Datavault Builder with support from its partner Ventum Consulting, which employs 130 people. Additional partners implement the software on the customer side.

  • BI Product

    Exasol Database

    Exasol is a technology provider with headquarters in Nuremberg, Germany. Founded in 2000, the company now operates mainly in Europe and the United States although the majority of its customers are still from German-speaking countries. However, approximately 15 percent of total sales are generated in the United States, with a strong upward trend. Exasol is leveraged and has been operating profitably for 5 years. The company went public in May 2020.

  • BI Product

    TimeXtender

    TimeXtender is a software provider specializing in data warehouse automation. Its headquarters are located in Aarhus (Denmark) and Washington (USA). Having identified the need for an automated solution to extract data with the least possible hand-coding and one which reduces or eliminates repetitive tasks, TimeXtender was founded in 2006. In the following years, the company embarked on technology partnerships with several large companies and increased its activities in the United States. The company now has 50 employees internationally. More than 3,300 customers use TimeXtender, which is sold exclusively via a worldwide network of 200 partners.

  • Amazon Web Services

    Amazon Redshift

    Amazon Web Services (AWS) is a subsidiary of Amazon. It offers cloud-based services across the world on a metered pay-as-you-go basis. The foundation of today’s AWS data and analytics services was laid in 2006 with a relaunch of the AWS platform, initially featuring the Amazon S3 (Amazon Simple Storage Service) and EC2 (Elastic Compute Cloud) services, which are still essential components of the platform today. Amazon now offers a set of over 200 global cloud-based products for data processing, storage, analysis and more.

  • AnalyticsCreator Solutions

    AnalyticsCreator

    During their experience gained from working on implementation projects, the founders of AnalyticsCreator recognized a market need and the possibility to develop a framework to automate data warehouse creation and loading. They built a code framework in 2008, which they began to use in customer projects. However, the company AnalyticsCreator was not founded until 2017, by which point the framework had been rebuilt into a UI-based product and the vendor was able to promote it commercially.

  • Collibra

    Collibra Data Catalog

    Collibra is a technology provider headquartered in Brussels and New York with offices in 7 countries around the world. It is one of the big players in the data governance market. The company was founded in 2008 as a spin-off of the University of Brussels. The company currently has 800 employees and operates worldwide.

  • Google

    Google BigQuery

    Google is the flagship subsidiary and company that led to the creation of Alphabet, which is the third largest tech giant globally, with a market cap of $1.4 trillion and $40 billion net income in 2020. Google generates most of its revenues from its context-aware advertisement business through Google search, Google Ads and YouTube. As Google is all about data, the company has unmatched expertise and success in the management and monetization of data, and also in research and development of all the methodology and technology that is required to manage data at truly enormous scale. Google is constantly expanding its global footprint. It currently has over 140,000 employees and more than 150 offices and data centers around the world.

  • Informatica

    Informatica EDC

    Founded in 1993, Informatica is a US-based data management provider with headquarters in Redwood City, California. The company currently has 5,227 employees and operates worldwide, with a strong footprint in the United States and Europe. Informatica not only provides a data catalog solution, but a whole data management platform covering multiple use cases. As the numbers suggest, it is one of the biggest providers in this area with over 5,000 customers. The company’s main audience is in financial services, healthcare and public sector organizations. Informatica also cooperates with many different partners and provides educational services.

  • humanIT Software GmbH

    InfoZoom & IZDQ

    [The Data Management Survey 20 results, not included in Data Management Survey 22] humanIT software GmbH is a software vendor founded in 1997 as a spin-off from the Fraunhofer Institute in Bonn, Germany. It is now an independent subsidary of proALPHA, a provider of ERP technology. humanIT serves 19 countries from Bonn and has over 2,500 customers with more than 100,000 users across 20 industries.

  • Microsoft Corporation

    Microsoft Azure Data Factory

    Microsoft is the world’s largest software company. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Redmond, it has become a household name, primarily due to its Windows operating system and Office suite. Aside from these products, Microsoft has a vast range of enterprise software and cloud offerings including its own database, browser, various servers and ERP solutions. In recent years, Microsoft has focused its business on cloud-based solutions such as Azure. AI and machine learning have also become increasingly important in product development.

  • Microsoft Corporation

    Microsoft SQL Server

    Microsoft is the world’s largest software company. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Redmond, it has become a household name, primarily due to its Windows operating system and Office suite. Aside from these products, Microsoft has a vast range of enterprise software and cloud offerings including its own database, browser, various servers and ERP solutions. In recent years, Microsoft has focused its business on cloud-based solutions such as Azure. AI and machine learning have also become increasingly important in product development.

  • Microsoft Corporation

    Microsoft SSIS

    Microsoft is the world’s largest software company. Founded in 1975 and headquartered in Redmond, it has become a household name, primarily due to its Windows operating system and Office suite. Aside from these products, Microsoft has a vast range of enterprise software and cloud offerings including its own database, browser, various servers and ERP solutions. In recent years, Microsoft has focused its business on cloud-based solutions such as Azure. AI and machine learning have also become increasingly important in product development.

  • Oracle

    Oracle Data Integrator

    Oracle has long been the world’s largest RDBMS vendor and is now a global provider of enterprise cloud computing, offering software as a service, platform as a service, infrastructure as a service and data as a service capabilities. The company employs more than 132,000 people worldwide. With over 430,000 customers and deployments, Oracle offers a comprehensive stack of cloud applications, platform services and engineered systems.

  • Oracle

    Oracle Database

    Oracle has long been the world’s largest RDBMS vendor and is now a global provider of enterprise cloud computing, offering modern SaaS, PaaS and IaaS solutions. The company employs more than 132,000 people worldwide. With over 430,000 customers and deployments, Oracle offers a comprehensive stack of data management solutions, enterprise applications and cloud services, as well as platform services and engineered systems.

  • SAP

    SAP BW on HANA

    SAP was founded in 1972 as a business applications company but really came into prominence in the 1990s with the ERP boom. Its ERP solution (R/3) was first released in 1992. The vendor now employs more than 100,000 people worldwide and had revenues of $27.3 billion in 2020. Today, SAP is one of the largest business software vendors in the world.

  • SAP

    SAP BW/4HANA

    SAP was founded in 1972 as a business applications company but really came into prominence in the 1990s with the ERP boom. Its ERP solution (R/3) was first released in 1992. The vendor employs more than 100,000 people worldwide and had revenues of $27.3 billion in 2020. Today, SAP is one of the largest business software vendors in the world.

  • SAP

    SAP HANA

    SAP was founded in 1972 as a business applications company but really came into prominence in the 1990s with the ERP boom. Its ERP solution (R/3) was first released in 1992. The vendor now employs more than 100,000 people worldwide and had revenues of $27.3 billion in 2020. Today, SAP is one of the largest business software vendors in the world. 

  • Snowflake

    Snowflake

    Snowflake was founded in 2012 by two former Oracle employees with the goal of offering a pure cloud data warehouse. The Cloud Data Warehousing product, the predecessor of today’s Cloud Data Platform, was developed from scratch and released in 2014. Snowflake’s IPO in October 2020 was a big success. The company operates worldwide and has approximately 3,100 active customers of various sizes and industry sectors. It also maintains a strong and growing partner ecosystem.

  • Synabi

    Synabi

    Founded in 2016, Synabi is a German technology and service provider with headquarters in Munich. The company currently has around 50 employees and operates mainly in the DACH region. Originally a spin-off of a consulting company, Synabi started out with customers in the banking sector before branching out into other industries. The company currently offers a data governance solution, business and technical consulting, and educational services.

  • Talend

    Talend Data Integration

    [The Data Management Survey 20 results, not included in Data Management Survey 22] Talend was founded in 2006, it is an open source provider of middleware solutions for data management and application integration and is also seen as Europe’s biggest open source software provider. Founded in France, Talend is now headquartered in the United States and has 26 offices worldwide. The vendor continues to deliver strong annual growth rate. Talend started out with data integration in 2006 and has since added data management functionality such as data quality and application integration (ESB).