QuerySurge & CData Partnership Provides Customers with Access to 200+ Data Stores
The new partnership between QuerySurge, the smart automated data testing solution, and CData Software, the leading provider of data access and connectivity solutions, enables customers to connect to and validate data from 200+ data technologies.
QuerySurge automates the data validation and testing of big data, data warehouses, business intelligence reports and enterprise applications with full DevOps functionality for continuous testing. This is critical, since poor data quality costs organizations an average of $14.2 million annually, per a Gartner study.
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“The partnership we are introducing will provide QuerySurge users with the ability to access the widest range of data technologies possible, enhancing the best data validation and testing solution on the market,” said Eric Smyth, Director of Partner Alliances for QuerySurge’s parent company, RTTS.
QuerySurge leverages CData Drivers to test across a wide variety of different platforms, whether testing a big data lake, data warehouse, traditional database, NoSQL document store, web services, accounting & ecommerce stores, flat files & APIs, marketing & collaboration stores, or any other data store. The CData Drivers will be made available for customers conducting Proofs-of-Concept.
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By working with leading partners like QuerySurge, CData continues to show how their organization’s high quality drivers make it easy to access a wide variety of data technologies with a consistent approach and utilization of a standard framework.
“As business intelligence increasingly drives enterprise decision-making, data quality has become more critical than ever,” said Eric Madariaga, Chief Marketing Officer at CData. “Through the combination of the QuerySurge testing platform and CData’s market-leading data connectivity, QuerySurge users can now improve the accuracy and integrity of data across every cloud application or back-office system used within their organization.
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