We are excited to say that we have been named as a Gartner Cool Vendor 2015 in Big Data! We believe this confirms another step forward of our company in our vision of changing the world for the better with data!
Piergiorgio Grossi from indyco team states:
“We believe Data is unique, and so has to be the Data Model. With indyco we can get back the great value beyond data. By reading 2015 Cool Vendor Report, we feel Gartner has hit upon what makes indyco innovative and unique: the strong link between the design and the (graphical) consumption of a DW Data Model that allow a real Business Users and ITs collaboration: no more MS Word specification for Biz and ER/tables/techy formalisms for IT people, let the two share the same Conceptual Model.
We think indyco is fundamental to guarantee a “Rock Solid” Data Warehouse system and this is why we created it. However, being rock solid is not enough in the age of Big Data: indyco is also integrating with Big Data technologies (just like Cloudera Impala, etc.) to satisfy the need of fluidity generated by this business moment.
We are very proud of the positive regard on indyco suite, but we believe that we were mentioned a Cool vendor not just because of our innovative technology, but also thanks to our Data-oriented culture.”
We believe that Indyco, is the perfect companion for any Business Intelligence technology and this confirms we are doing it the right way.
If you want to know more about Indyco, join us for our next webinar on Wednesday, May 20th.
Gartner, Cool Vendors in Big Data, 2015, Mark A. Beyer, Regina Casonato, Lakshmi Randall, Arun Chandrasekaran, Terilyn Palanca, Douglas Laney, 21 April 2015
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