Data Integration Platforms – A Market Overview
The market for data integration (DI) tools is highly competitive, with some large international incumbents, many successful vendors with a track record spanning decades, and countless smaller specialists that approach DI challenges from a niche perspective.
This report analyzes the strengths and weaknesses of all of the leading vendors in the DI market as well as many smaller vendors that often have less visibility, but equally offer good value to their customers.
The full report is available to BARC Access subscribers.
Selection of vendors
There are two separate inclusion criteria for this BARC Score: the first is associated with a vendor’s products and the other is linked to the financial results relating to those products. To be evaluated in this BARC Score, a vendor has to supply four out of five technologies from the following platform portfolio:
- ETL/ELT (Extract-Transform-Load) functionality
- Connectivity (application and information integration)
- Metadata Management
- Data transformation
- Data quality
In addition, the vendor has to generate a minimum of 15 million EUR in license revenue per year with the above product set, spread across at least two of the following geographical regions.
- Europe, Middle East and Africa
- North America
- Latin America
Every vendor is evaluated on two dimensions, ‘Portfolio Capabilities’ and ‘Market Execution’, each representing one axis on the BARC Score chart. Click here to find out more about the BARC Score methodology.