WALLDORF — SAP SE today announced that it has been positioned by Gartner Inc. in the leaders quadrant of the “Magic Quadrant for Data Quality (DQ) Tools”* report for 2014. SAP received industry leadership recognition in the report for its “ability to execute” and its “completeness of vision.” The evaluation marks SAP’s ninth consecutive year as a leader in the Magic Quadrant for DQ.
SAP solutions for enterprise information management (EIM) help companies manage Big Data from a variety of sources, proactively govern data to help ensure information is complete and ultimately make smarter decisions. As part of the portfolio of EIM solutions, SAP Data Quality Management software helps provide accurate and complete information anywhere, anytime. enabling companies to make better decisions and improve business processes. These solutions help information users see at a glance whether data quality meets their standards.
“SAP continues to deliver innovative solutions that enable companies of any size to proactively manage and govern their data and we believe the Gartner MQ results further affirm our continued momentum and leadership in this space,” said Byron Banks, vice president, Enterprise Information Management, SAP. “Our solutions help businesses protect and optimize the value of their information assets which ultimately provides the confidence in knowing that data is fit to use.”
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