Exasol praised again in independent big data vendor comparison study by Experton Group

28 Oct 2015 | Share

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Exasol recognized as leader in two categories: appliance and data management solutions.

Last year, Exasol was awarded the accolade of “rising star”1 within the analytics category of Experton’s report. In this year’s edition2 of the comprehensive survey that takes into account German suppliers of big data solutions, Exasol has jumped into the leader quadrant in both the categories of appliance and data management solutions.

This positioning comes as no surprise, indeed it is borne out of Exasol’s business success over the past 12 months through the acquisition of new customers from a wide range of verticals. Whether as a software-only solution, an appliance or in the cloud, the flexibility and performance that Exasol’s in-memory analytic database offers has been recognized accordingly. And should you wonder who is using Exasol technology, then look no further than the likes of King Digital Entertainment, MyThings or even xplosion interactive. All of Exasol’s customers have one thing in common: they need to aggregate data, manage it, analyze it and then visualize the insights in order to take the right business decisions.

The “Big Data Vendor Benchmark 2016” is the third edition of the report that is compiled and written by the Experton Group. The company independently analyzes and rates vendors in the field of big data in order to showcase the various suppliers and solutions that are available in the market.

If you would like to learn more about Exasol’s strategy for the coming year, then listen to our latest podcast, courtesy of the BBBT.

1 www.cio.de/a/big-data-anbieter-im-vergleich,2979206
2 www.searchenterprisesoftware.de/news/4500255323/Experton-Big-Data-Vendor-Benchmark-2016-Geschaeftsmodelle-fehlen-bei-Anwendern

Note: In the Experton Group study, out of an original 284 “big data” companies that were profiled, 100 were identified as relevant suppliers in Germany. In the end, 43 companies qualified in one or more of the benchmark categories as leaders.

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