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  • February 10, 2010

Oracle in Leaders Quadrant for Gartner's Data Integration MQ

Keith Laker
Senior Principal Product Manager

Gartner has positioned Oracle in the Leaders quadrant of its latest "Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools" and you can view the full report via the Gartner website:

http://www.gartner.com/technology/media-products/reprints/oracle/article109/article109.html


Following the release of the MQ report, Sachin Chawla, vice president, Oracle Product Development, made the following comment:

"Today, businesses demand comprehensive and flexible data integration technology solutions and Oracle has the advantage of offering a complete set of data integration products that provide support for heterogeneous systems and are also tightly integrated with its application and database offerings... Being positioned in the Leaders Quadrant for Data Integration Tools reflects Oracle's continued commitment to enable our customers to optimize operations and drive better business decisions by delivering the best technology solutions for fast and easy access to most up-to-date, accurate data".

The report notes that "Oracle is increasingly well positioned to address customers' needs across a full range of their data integration requirements". This is another validation of Oracle's Data Warehouse strategy and provides us with yet another "Leader" position in the multiple MQ/Wave reports that encompass the requirements for building an enterprise data warehouse solution (the core EDW MQ/Wave and related reports covering: database platform, security, BI, data mining, data quality, data integration etc etc.... as mentioned in my previous post "Oracle Positioned in Leaders Quadrant of Gartner's latest EDW MQ"). Only Oracle is able to consistently claim "Leader" status across all these MQ/Wave reports.

I am sure our colleagues on the Warehouse Builder blog will have more to say on this subject so you might want to checkout the OWB blog, which is here: http://blogs.oracle.com/warehousebuilder


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