Miami Twp.-based Teradata said it has been named “the technology leader” in a new industry report.
A data analytics solutions company, Teradata said the accolade came in “the latest Big Data Warehouse Landscape report, issued annually by The Information Difference, an international data management analyst firm.”
In a release, Teradata said it was ranked No. 1 in technology, first in “customer satisfaction,” and one of the top four companies in market presence, based on an evaluation of the top 25 global data warehouse vendors.
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The report appears to compare Teradata to industry peers, like Oracle, SAS, Microsoft and IBM.
“A significant part of the ‘technology’ dimension scoring is assigned to customer satisfaction, as determined by a survey of vendor customers,” the report says. “In this research cycle the vendor with the happiest customers was Teradata. Our congratulations to them.”
“Our evaluations found that Teradata technology leads the big data global marketplace in the categories: customer satisfaction, maturity and functionality,” Andy Hayler, chief executive and co-founder of The Information Difference, said in a release from Teradata. “Teradata’s historic market strength also continues to be robust entering 2017, which clearly correlates to their high regard among some of the largest Fortune 1,000 customers in retail, finance, online commerce, manufacturing and other industries across the world.”
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“Teradata is excited to be named the technology leader among so many well-known providers,” Oliver Ratzesberger, Teradata executive vice president and chief product officer, said in the company’s statement.
The publicly traded company (NYSE: TDC) will release its 2016 fourth quarter and full year financial results before the market opens Feb. 9.
Teradata has about 400 Dayton-area employees.
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