This is the 10th consecutive year that SAP has been named a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools.
The report recognized SAP as a leading provider based on its “ability to execute” and “completeness of vision,” after evaluating SAP data integration products.
“We believe Gartner recognizes SAP as a leader in this market thanks to our innovative data management foundation and its ability to drive digital transformation for our customers and partners,” said Greg McStravick, president of SAP Database and Data Management. “SAP’s comprehensive portfolio of enterprise information management solutions, including SAP Data Services software, SAP HANA smart data integration and the SAP Master Data Governance application, make up a complete end-to-end market-leading data management foundation for the governance, quality, computation, integration, movement, storage and analysis of data.”
According to Gartner: “The data integration tool market has established a focus on transformational technologies and approaches demanded by data and analytics leaders. The presence of legacy, resilient systems and innovation all in the market together requires robust, consistent delivery of highly developed practices.”
For additional information on the Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools, read the full Gartner report here.
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*Source: Gartner Inc., Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools, Mark A. Beyer, Eric Thoo, Mei Yang Selvage, Ehtisham Zaidi, August 3, 2017
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