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Here's Who Made Gartner's 2019 Magic Quadrant For Data Management Solutions For Analytics

These 19 developers of data management solutions for business analysis tasks include established software developers, upstarts and cloud service providers. Here's a look at how they are positioned in the fast-moving big data management industry.

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Leader: Teradata

Data warehouse pioneer Teradata was second only to Oracle in "completeness of vision" in the leader quadrant, but behind Oracle, Microsoft, AWS and SAP in "ability to execute." The company offers the IntelliFlex and IntelliBase data warehouse appliances, a software-only package with a SQL engine and machine learning, and the IntelliCloud cloud service through public cloud services. In October Teradata announced the new Vantage packaging and branding for its analytics platform.

Strengths: Teradata has always been seen as a best-of-breed option for data warehousing with customer scores in the top third of vendors for product capabilities, service and support, and system availability. Customer scores were near the top of all vendors for the ability of the company's technology to handle large, complex workloads. And Teradata has been simplifying its product portfolio and branding.

Cautions: Teradata has been focused more on the high end of the market and that has limited its growth in broader markets, according to Gartner. The general market perception is that Teradata is not a cloud vendor despite its multi-cloud and rebranding strategy. The company received below average scores from customers for overall experience, pricing and contract flexibility and, for the second year, below average scores for customer satisfaction and account management.

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