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The 10 Hot Data Analytics Companies To Watch In 2020

Businesses today are deriving value and gaining competitive advantages by analyzing increasingly huge, sometimes fast-moving data. Here are 10 data analytics software developers the channel should keep an eye on in 2020.

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CEO: Dean Stoecker

Alteryx is a rising star in the big data arena. The Irvine, Calif.-based company offers an end-to-end data science and advanced analytics system that works on a standalone basis or as a platform for other business intelligence tools such as Tableau and Qlik.

In April, Alteryx acquired ClearStory Data, a developer of an enterprise-scale, continuous intelligence analytics system for complex, unstructured data. In addition to the technology portfolio, the acquisition of Menlo Park, Calif.-based ClearStory Data brought that company’s engineering talent to Alteryx as well as a presence in the Silicon Valley region.

In October, Alteryx acquired Feature Labs, a developer of AI and machine-learning feature engineering tools launched out of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Incorporating the startup’s technology into the Alteryx platform will bring data science and machine learning capabilities to a wider audience of information workers.

Alteryx has also been adding talent to its management ranks. In May, Alan Jacobsen, former director of global analytics at Ford Motor Co., joined Alteryx as chief data and analytics officer. In August, former Capital One and PayPal executive Amy Heidersbach came onboard as chief marketing officer. And in December the company named former Hortonworks executive Scott Davidson to the newly created post of chief operating officer.

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