Despite recent and evolving technological advances, the vast amounts of data that exists in a typical enterprise is not always available to all stakeholders when they need it. In modern enterprises, there are broad sets of users, with varying levels of skill sets, who strive to make data-driven decisions daily but struggle to gain access to the data needed in a timely manner.
(USA and Canada) Narayanan Nair, Senior VP & Chief Data Officer at Farm Credit Services of America and Frontier Farm Credit, together with Ravi Shankar, Senior VP and Chief Marketing Officer at Denodo, examines the technology landscape in their organization as well as the evolution of their customized solutions. Farm Credit continues to leverage technology to solve business problems.
As the digital economy grows and organisations accelerate their plans for digital transformation, the capture and use of data becomes ever more critical. COVID-19 has accelerated the need for change as businesses pivot to hybrid working models and optimise their customer-facing assets, such as applications and other go-to-market tools.
However, with valuable data now being ingested from a vast array of points across the enterprise, the rise of data sprawl has posed a real challenge for many organisations.
TDWI's Best Practices Awards identify and honor companies that demonstrate excellence and innovation in developing, deploying, and maintaining analytics and data management applications. Denodo Congratulates BNY Mellon for being recognized by TDWI as the 2021 TDWI Best Practices Awards Winner.
Data integration tools use a combination of technical and business processes to combine different data from disparate sources. This process generally supports the analytic processing of data by aligning, combining, and presenting each data store to an end-user. Organizations commonly use data integration software for enterprise-wide data delivery, data quality, governance, and analytics.
While the need to integrate data has never been greater, the addition of machine learning and other forms of automation is driving a large reduction in the amount of manual data management tasks that human workers are required to do, Gartner says in a new Magic Quadrant report.
Data virtualization and integration provider recognized for its Ability to Execute and Completeness of Vision
Denodo, the leader in data virtualization, today announced that Gartner® has once again positioned the Company as a “Leader” in its 2021 Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools. The report stated, “The data integration tool market is seeing renewed momentum, driven by requirements for hybrid and multi-cloud data integration, augmented data management, and data fabric designs.”
The complete and complimentary Magic Quadrant report, published on August 25, 2021, and authored by Ehtisham Zaidi et al., is available here.
After a year of hardship and disruption, many UK businesses will have viewed July’s Freedom Day – and its easing of the remaining Covid restrictions – as a welcome return to some sort of normality. The long-awaited return to the office and face-to-face meetings is finally here. However, very few organizations will be planning a reversion to the old paradigms.
In the enterprise, data is the fuel that generates insights. It drives faster fraud alerts, greater understanding of customers, and deeper dives into potential sources of value for the organization.
But harnessing the power of the ever-growing store of data has grown more complex and difficult as the data itself has grown. Today there are more data sources coming from many different places. Some of them may be real time. Some of them are structured and some are unstructured. They are stored on-premises or in the cloud. The data needs to be cleaned and validated and managed before it can be used in analytics and machine learning. It needs to be integrated with the applications that will use it on the front end. Also, all this work behind the scenes needs to be done super-fast.
Data fabric is emerging as an integration concept that could potentially come to the rescue. But just what is a data fabric? Find out in the link below.
Many of our lives have been upended due to the global pandemic. We have had to adjust the way we work, go to school, get our groceries, seek medical attention, and even socialise. For many businesses across a variety of industries these changes have led to an immense pressure to pivot to hybrid, or fully virtual modes of operation.
Cloud technology plays an instrumental role as companies large and small navigate the challenging business landscape and adapt their operations to be more resilient. The cloud trend is expected to accelerate, with IDC forecasting that by the end of 2021, most enterprises will have set a mechanism in place to accelerate their shift to cloud-centric digital infrastructure and application services.