Solutions Review has officially updated its Data Integration and ETL Buyers Guide for 2016 as we continue to develop the most complete source of information for enterprise organizations looking to purchase tools for data management and transfer. The newly updated Buyers Guide includes full one-page profiles of all the top vendors and their tools in an easy-to-digest guide, providing IT professionals with all of the critical information needed to start a search and identify the Data Integration solution that best fits their needs. The free guide also includes a complete marketplace evaluation, vendor capability references, and the top 10 questions buyers need to ask when evaluating provider offerings.
Data Integration tools are perhaps the most vital components to take advantage of Big Data. Enterprise organizations increasingly view Data Integration solutions as must-haves for assistance with data delivery, data quality, Master Data Management (MDM), data governance, Business Intelligence and Data Analytics.
With data volumes on the rise and with no real end in sight, businesses are leaning on integration tools more and more to meet all of the data consumption requirements for vital business applications. The main function of Data Integration is to give organizations the ability to gain consistent access to their most important data, no matter where it lies, whether virtually or physically, whether on-premise, in the cloud, or in some other disparate location.
Top providers highlighted in the guide include: Actian, Adeptia, Altova, Astera, Attivio, Attunity, CloverETL, Dell Boomi, HVR Software, IBM, Informatica, Information Builders, Jitterbit, Laison Technologies, Microsoft, Oracle, Pentaho, Progress Software, SAP, SAS, SnapLogic, Software AG, Syncsort and Talend.
The Solutions Review 2016 Data Integration & ETL Buyers Guide eliminates the process of enterprise technology seekers of having to sift through endless vendor web pages and sales pitches to bring readers an agnostic view of the market, allowing for easier and more informed purchasing decisions.
The process used to create a Solutions Review Buyers Guide is grueling one. We are constantly monitoring all things data, including the solution providers themselves, market trends, best practices, and news and new product announcements to constantly and tirelessly ensure that our resources are able to fulfill their one requirement: help buyers of enterprise technology solutions make the best possible buying decisions.
If you’re looking for a new integration solution to manage Big Data within your organization in 2016 and beyond, download our brand new guide.
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