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The State of Data Management – Why Data Warehouse Projects Fail

Based on new research commissioned by SnapLogic and conducted by Vanson Bourne, who surveyed 500 IT Decision Makers (ITDMs) at medium and large enterprises across the US and UK, this whitepaper explores the data management challenges organizations are facing, the vital role data warehouses play, and the road to success.

The State of Data Management – Why Data Warehouse Projects Fail

Based on new research commissioned by SnapLogic and conducted by Vanson Bourne, who  surveyed 500 IT Decision Makers (ITDMs) at medium and large enterprises across the US and  UK, this whitepaper explores the data management challenges organizations are facing, the  vital role data warehouses play, and the road to success.

83% of IT Leaders are Not Fully Satisfied with their Data Warehousing Initiatives, According to New Research from SnapLogic

New research published by SnapLogic, provider of the Intelligent Integration Platform, reveals that 83% of organizations are not fully satisfied with the performance and output of their data management and data warehousing initiatives. IT leaders cite a growing number of disconnected applications and data sources, outdated legacy systems, and slow and manual data movement as reasons for their frustration, all of which are stalling progress and costing them millions.

Interview: Steve Yurko, CEO of APEX Analytix

I recently caught up with Steve Yurko, CEO of APEX Analytix to discuss his views on the big data technology landscape in 2020. in order to become true big data winners, companies need to prioritize quality data as the foundation of predictive analytics that ultimately answer real business questions.

Actian Survey of IT Decision Makers Reveals Top Data Management Challenges and Industry Shift to Hybrid Data

Actian, the hybrid data management, analytics and integration company, announced the results of an IT Decision Maker (ITDM) survey. The “Actian Datacast 2019: Hybrid Data Trends Snapshot” polled over 300 IT professionals with key decision-making power in a company of at least 250 employees and asked them what their critical data management pains are.

From Out of Nowhere: the Unstoppable Rise of the Data Catalog

The data catalog has come from nowhere in the past five years to become a key enabling technology for multiple use cases including self-service analytics, self-service data preparation and multi-location data management. Download a new white paper from Unifi Software that explores the data catalog as a major data management breakthrough, as well as its importance in enabling modern analytics architecture.

What Today’s Enterprises Can Learn from Aquaman When it Comes to Data Management

In this contributed article, Philip On, Global Vice President of Product Marketing, Data Management for SAP, discusses the similarities and themes woven throughout popular superhero films that can find grounding in the challenges and opportunities he sees in the business world when it comes to wrangling data in the digital age.

The Data Catalog Business Case

The value and benefits of a data catalog are often described as the ability for analysts to find the data they need quickly and efficiently. Data cataloging accelerates analysis by minimizing the time and effort that analysts spend finding and preparing data.

How Data Management is an Opportunity to Create Business Value?

In this contributed article, Alika Cooper, a Business Development Manager at Cogneesol, discusses the challenges that stem from exponential data growth. To derive maximum business value the need of the hour is to have cohesive data platforms that can bring together data from various sources such as batch analytics and real time ones.

The 2018 State of Data Management

Profisee, a global leading modern data management technology company, released the results of its first annual data management report, “The 2018 State of Data Management.” The survey, conducted between January and April of 2018, aims to provide insights into data management, strategy, challenges, trends, benchmarks and ‘how others are doing it’. It is Profisee’s hope that data management professionals across the global data management community can use this information to help drive new initiatives.