A fundamental change is taking place where every business is also moving towards becoming a data business.
New Providence, NJ (PRWEB) June 02, 2014
Database Trends and Applications (DBTA) magazine is pleased to announce the second annual “DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data,” a special list that salutes the top companies in data management and analysis today. From longstanding industry veterans to new big data vendors disrupting the status quo, the list recognizes companies based on their presence, execution, vision and innovation in delivering products and services to the marketplace. All 100 companies are highlighted in the June edition of Database Trends and Applications magazine and on http://www.dbta.com/.
“We’re excited to announce our second annual list, as the industry continues to grow and transform. Today, more than ever, businesses are looking for ways to manage and leverage their information resources to create new opportunities and deliver a real competitive advantage. A fundamental change is taking place where every business is also moving towards becoming a data business," remarked Thomas Hogan, Group Publisher at Database Trends and Applications. "This list seeks to highlight those companies that have been successful in establishing themselves as unique resources for data professionals and stakeholders."
The “DBTA 100” is compiled annually by the editorial staff at Database Trends and Applications. This year’s selections can be viewed here: http://www.dbta.com/Editorial/Trends-and-Applications/DBTA-100-2014---TheCompanies-That-Matter-Most-in-Data-97199.aspx?PageNum=01
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Database Trends and Applications (DBTA), published by Information Today, Inc., is a bi-monthly magazine that delivers advanced trends analysis and case studies in data management and analysis developed by a team with more than 25 years of industry experience. Visit http://www.dbta.com for subscription information. DBTA also delivers groundbreaking market research exclusively through its Unisphere Research group.