WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that it has been positioned by Gartner Inc. in the Leaders Quadrant of the November 2015 “Magic Quadrant for Data Quality Tools”* report. SAP received industry leadership recognition in the report for its “ability to execute” and its “completeness of vision.”
The evaluation marks SAP’s tenth consecutive year as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for DQ Tools.
SAP solutions for enterprise information management (EIM) can help companies manage Big Data for better insights, govern data proactively across the organization and ensure trustworthy information for smarter decisions. As part of the portfolio of EIM solutions, data quality solutions from SAP can deliver accurate, trustworthy and timely information across an enterprise. With these solutions, companies can profile, cleanse, enrich and match customer, product, supplier and material data to improve efficiency of business processes and analytical initiatives.
According to the Gartner report, “Digital business and disruptive technologies continue to fuel solid growth in the data quality tools market, alongside traditional cost reduction and process optimization efforts. This Magic Quadrant will help CIOs, chief data officers and information leaders find the best vendor for their needs.”
“SAP fully recognizes that the use of digital technologies is creating massive volumes of data and also opening new business opportunities for companies that want to leverage information as a corporate asset,” said Philip On, vice president, Enterprise Information Management, SAP. “When carefully managed, thoughtfully governed, strategically used and sensibly controlled, data can be transformative. SAP solutions for EIM give companies the ability to tap into the potential of their data and unlock its value to find ways to win and drive market disruption.”
Susan Miller, +1 (610) 661-9225, email@example.com, ET
*Gartner Inc., “Magic Quadrant for Data Quality Tools,” November 18, 2015, by Saul Judah and Ted Friedman
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