10 Hot Big Data Companies To Watch In 2023
Businesses are looking to big data tech developers to help them leverage exploding volumes of data for competitive advantage. Here’s a look at 10 hot big data companies – both startups and established companies – that the channel should keep an eye on this year.
Top Executive: CEO Mark Anderson
Alteryx calls itself the “analytics automation” company, marketing a unified, low-code/no-code platform that incorporates analytics, data science and business process automation in a single system that, according to Alteryx, brings advanced analytics capabilities to a broad range of data workers.
Alteryx was founded in 1997. But the Irvine, Calif.-based company has undergone significant changes since late 2020 when co-founder and long-time CEO Dean Stoecker stepped down and was replaced by current CEO Mark Anderson.
Most of Alteryx’s top management has turned over in the last two years and the company has taken on a more aggressive competitive posture. In 2022 it launched the Alteryx Analytics Cloud, acquired data “wrangling” software tool developer Trifacta, and conducted a major revamp of its partner program with the goal of becoming a more channel-centric company.
Alteryx reported revenue of $554.3 million in the first nine months of 2022, up 53 percent from the same period in 2021. The company continued that momentum through the end of the year (the company will report its full-year results on Feb. 9) and looks to build on that success in 2023.