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InformationWeek Names Talend Among “Top Vendors to Watch in 2019”

Talend cited on “Who’s Hot in Data & Analytics” list

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Talend, a global leader in cloud data integration solutions, has been listed as an InformationWeek “Top Vendors to Watch in 2019” in the data management and governance category. Talend was selected for its data management platform that includes data integration and data quality capabilities.

“With data volumes growing, regulations increasing and data competition intensifying, organizations need solutions to enable effective data governance, data management and regulatory compliance,” said Ashley Stirrup, CMO at Talend. “Being selected as a top vendor in the data management and governance category further validates our commitment to help customers ensure the highest data quality that meets current regulations.”

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InformationWeek pulled a list of the top 30 vendors across the entire data and analytics space, splitting the companies between three categories. Vendors were selected based on current market trends and their ability to address current and emerging enterprise requirements at scale.

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InformationWeek is a trusted source for IT professionals to learn from experienced industry journalists, subject-matter experts and their peers on how to best leverage technology for business value. Featuring news, analysis, proprietary research and insight on the technology industry, InformationWeek covers key IT topics ranging from infrastructure and cloud to DevOps, data and analytics, and security through its online community, digital issues, and webcasts. InformationWeek also provides IT managers with organizational, business process, and career advice to help them become better leaders.

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