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Worldwide Data Integration and Integrity Software Market Shares, 2018: Data Intelligence Implemented

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Worldwide Data Integration and Integrity Software Market Shares, 2018: Data Intelligence Implemented
Published: June 7, 2019 Content info: 28 Pages
Description

This IDC study provides a breakdown of the 2018 worldwide data integration and integrity (DII) software market by vendor revenue shares and delivers insight into the market condition."The data integration and integrity software market is being fueled by demands for data intelligence - intelligence about data within an organization, in support of data enablement to improve business outcomes," says Stewart Bond, director of Data Integration and Integrity Software research at IDC. "Market segments associated with data intelligence grew at rates higher than the overall market, and market activity illustrated a move toward incorporating these capabilities into fully featured data integration and integrity platforms."

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Product Code: US44166519

IDC Market Share Figure

Executive Summary

Advice for Technology Suppliers

Market Share

  • Overall Market by Segment and Vendor
    • Bulk Data Movement
    • Composite Data Framework
    • Data Access Infrastructure
    • Data Quality
    • Dynamic Data Movement
    • Master Data Definition and Control
    • Metadata Management
    • Self-Service Data Preparation
    • Data Intelligence

Who Shaped the Year

  • Informatica
  • IBM
  • Infogix

Market Context

  • Significant Market Developments

Methodology

Market Definition

  • Bulk Data Movement Software
  • Dynamic Data Movement Software
  • Data Quality Software
  • Data Access Infrastructure Software
  • Composite Data Framework Software
  • Master Data Definition and Control Software
  • Metadata Management Software
  • Self-Service Data Preparation Software
  • Data Intelligence

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