Autodesk, one of the biggest names in worldwide 3D CAD design, has been named a finalist of the 2017 Gartner Data and Analytics Excellence Award in the Best Data Management and Infrastructure category. Autodesk was recognized as one of two finalists. Gartner looked for submissions with a strong organizational and leadership component, effective use of modern technologies, and most of all, clear business outcomes.
BioStorage created an analytics platform using data virtualization, so the company can go beyond providing sample management and provide additional services that are related to biological samples. That augments the information intelligence that BioStorage can provide to its end customers. This initiative also created an entirely new line of business, establishing BioStorage as a technology solution provider as well as a sample management provider, enabling the company to obtain a unique position in the market.
Mark Blanchette, vice president and director of Business Technology and Data Management, was recognized for his leadership in executing partnerships with Denodo, SAS and Tableau to set a standard of excellence for how community banks use advanced digital technology to improve customer satisfaction and overall business success. The award reflects his work to build a so-called logical data warehouse, or LDW, using the Denodo Data Virtualization platform.
BJ Fesq, Chief Architect and Chief Data Officer at CIT Group, was honored as a CIO100 2016 Innovation Leader for completing a project to build a modern data architecture fueled by data virtualization that enables a controlled environment in which critical data is mastered, managed and monitored for quality and strict governance standards in compliance with SIFI requirements.
The IT landscape is always shifting and being contoured by external market forces and internal industry initiatives. This fourth annual DBTA 100 list encompasses a wide array of companies that in myriad ways are addressing market demands with hardware, software, and services.
The 2015 Leadership Awards bring forward the leaders and pioneers who have contributed to their organizations’ successes. These practitioners realize that successful business technology efforts requires a team effort guided by leadership, and our awards will bring industry attention to those that have committed their resources to this critical undertaking.
He was recognized as the Computerworld 2016 Premier 100 Technology Leader for leading the strategic efforts to modernize CIT’s technology platform by developing an innovative “Data Services Layer” using data virtualization (Denodo Platform) and other technologies; his efforts will enable CIT to withstand regulatory scrutiny.
The Technology Innovation Awards distinguish pioneers that have developed clear visionary and transformative technology. The Technology Innovation Awards showcase what technology vendors have done to advance the computing potential of their applications and technology so that it can be used to drive better efficiency and productivity as well as the outcomes and performance of an organization.
The era of relying on a single relational database management system to support all of an organization’s data requirements is coming to an end. The Big Data 50 includes forward-thinking companies which are expanding the ways to derive value from data.
The IT industry continues to expand at a brisk pace with a steady influx of innovative products and technologies to help organizations extract value from data, integrate it with new and traditional sources, as well as ensure quality and security.
Data is increasingly being recognized as a rich resource flowing through organizations from a continually growing range of data sources. But to realize its full potential, this data must be accessed by an array of users to support both real-time decision making and historical analysis, integrated with data from other sources, and still kept locked away from hackers and others with malicious intent.