Gartner Magic Quadrant for 2022 Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms

The editors of the Solutions Review highlight what has changed since the last iteration of Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms and provide an analysis of the new report.

Analyst House Gartner, Inc. Released its 2022 Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms. Gartner’s marketplace enables low-tech consumers, including entrepreneurs, to “model, analyze, explore, share and manage data and collaborate with and develop IT-initiated and artificial intelligence (AI) -based results. , May have the ability to modify or improve.

Gartner noted that the market prioritizes visual self-service for end users, as well as market representation through augmented AI to provide automated insights. However, that increase is largely shifting from analysts to consumers and decision makers. These platforms have begun to capture more information about user behavior and interests to provide the most effective experience possible. The researcher hopes that this will continue to be a trend as analytics and business intelligence tools are integrated. Personal productivity tools.

Many of the best business intelligence solutions add capabilities to users to create no-code automation workflows and applications. As a result, markets Data science and machine learning software And Cloud Data Analytics Tools Are different from that Traditional BI platforms. While helping companies maintain a balance between control and agility when scaling multiperson, it is good for consumers that many providers can improve their analytics features. Advanced diagnostic toolsAnd new and emerging usage contexts.

Gartner Analytics highlights the following providers in the query accelerator market: Microsoft (Power BI), Salesforce (Table Software), Qlk, Google (Looker), Domo, ThoughtSpot, Sisense, Oracle, TIBCO Software, SAP, Yellow, IBM, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microstrategy, Alibaba Cloud, Pyramid Analytics, Zoho & Incorta.

Gartner adjusts its evaluation and inclusion criteria for Magic Quadrants as software markets evolve. As a result, Incorta, Tellius and Zoho were added to the report. BOARD International, Infor (Birst), and Information Builders have been removed as they no longer meet inclusion criteria.

In this Magic Quadrant, Gartner assesses the strengths and weaknesses of 20 providers as the most important in the marketplace and presents the graph (Magic Quadrant) to the reader, plotting the sellers’ potential and focus on completeness. The graph is divided into four quadrants: niche players, challengers, visionaries and leaders. In the Solutions Review, we read the report available here and removed the key ones.

Second-tier, Microsoft (Power BI), TableU (now part of the Salesforce) and Click dominate the market. Despite Microsoft’s huge market reach and comprehensive product roadmap, its new “targets” capability, alignment with other productivity tools and good price-to-value ratio keep it at the top of the list. Salesforce (Tableau) recently released new Slack integrations and enhanced NLQ experience. It combines the business customer-centric approach and the sales force ecosystem with the “in” and its arrow points straight up. Qlik has added new capabilities in 2021 (including technology acquisitions) and plans to go public soon.

The only market challengers for Google (Looker) and Domo 2022. Google will continue to integrate Looker with its other products (i.e. Google Data Studio) in the near future, and a new extension Framework is a fully hosted development surface that allows developers to create data. -Powerful apps. Domo mostly sells directly to business lines due to its ease of use. The company is also known for its multi-cloud scenarios in which a company selects non-Microsoft clouds. According to Gartner, domo has a lot of momentum in space.

ThoughtSpot Leaders is still a long way from getting status, but has introduced several key feature updates (everywhere, developer playground, custom action, pre-builds for KPIs). The company has additional plans for notebook-style SQL workspace and digital workplace tools integration. Thoughtspot is a major player in Augmented Analytics Market. Beyond ThoughtSpot, many “mega-vendors” will also be Visionaries again by 2022: Oracle, SAP, SAS and IBM.

The three founding and leading vendors are Sisense, TIBCO and Ellofin Visionaries this year. Science is unique due to the developer framework, multiperson tools and composite vision. Science is also fantastic Embedded BI. TIBCO provides tools for data science, visual data discovery and streaming analytics. Its sophisticated data preparation is also a variation. Elphin is investing strategically in reinforcement tools such as the Guided NLQ. The company has recently improved its application development experience in refresh.

Newcomer Tellius has just finished the Visionaries class, offering a solid dinner for multiple people, making augmented analytics and scalability an interesting choice. The Tellius platform combines AI and machine learning with a search interface for temporary exploration so that users can ask questions about their business data, analyze billions of records, and gain automated insights. The company has recently launched Live Insights, which provides AI-guided insights from cloud data warehouses without moving data.

In addition to the brands established in Global Enterprise Cloud Market Popular names like AWS and Alibaba Cloud, Microstrategy and Pyramid Analytics are among the niche players. MicroStrategy offers “IT Excellent Scalability, Management and Security Excellence” and “Rich BI and Reporting Functionality” according to Gartner. The company has also launched the new containerized, microservice-drive platform architecture and will continue to join the popular cryptocurrency bitcoin in 2021. Pyramid Analytics is a top choice in finance services, insurance, retail and manufacturing, resolving a wide range of usage cases and offers. Direct query and full-featured deployment options.

Read Gartner’s 2022 Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms.

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