Talenda global leader in data integration and management, today announced that it has again been named by Gartner, Inc. as a leader in the August 2022 Gartner Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools. This is the seventh consecutive time that Talend has been positioned in the Leaders Quadrant based on the company’s ability to execute and completeness of vision.

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Gartner defines data integration as the discipline comprising the architectural patterns, methodologies, and tools that enable organizations to achieve consistent data access and delivery across a wide range of data sources and data types in order to meet the data consumption requirements of business applications and end users. Data integration tools enable organizations to access, integrate, transform, process and move data spanning various endpoints and on any infrastructure to support their integration use cases of data.

“We believe our recognition for the seventh consecutive year as a Leader validates the strategic importance and value that Talend continues to bring to businesses, especially during times of economic uncertainty,” said Jamie Fiorda, CMO, Talend . “Healthy data can determine the success or failure of any initiative involving data, including analytics, cloud modernization, data operationalization, or data governance. Businesses need proven solutions like Talend to ensure data health and deliver meaningful business results.

Talend removes technology and skill-based barriers to working effectively with data across your organization. The company’s cloud-neutral unified data management and integration solutions ensure businesses become data-centric by ensuring data health across the organization.

Talend Data Fabric is the only end-to-end data integration platform that simplifies all aspects of working with trusted data for analysis and use, driving critical business results.

In the report, Gartner also notes, “Through 2024, manual data integration tasks will be reduced by up to 50% through the adoption of Data Fabric design patterns that support data integration. augmented”. Additionally, “by 2024, AI-augmented data management and integration will reduce the need for IT specialists by up to 30 percent.”

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