Aristotle Metadata, a global provider of data management solutions announced today that it has been recognised as a Representative Vendor in Gartner Inc’s “Market Guide for Data and Analytics Governance Platforms” published in December 2021.
“Aristotle Metadata continues to grow and evolve our platforms to meet the ever-changing needs of the data market. We believe that being listed by Gartner as a Representative Vendor of the emerging market of Data and Analytics Platforms is a recognition of the work that Aristotle Metadata is doing to support data-savvy organisations” said Samuel Spencer, CEO and Technical co-founder of Aristotle Metadata.
Aristotle Metadata Registry is a user-friendly, cloud-native solution for the management of data registries, metadata and reference data that helps organisations deliver more value from their data by improving data quality, data discovery and data security.
According to this report, through 2025 80% of organizations seeking to scale digital business will fail because they do not take a modern approach to data and analytics governance” but also finding that “By 2023, organizations across all industries, including government, that promote data sharing will outperform their peers on most business value metrics.”
Aristotle Metadata’s mission is to make metadata more accessible to support data discovery and data democratisation to help our clients securely and efficiently achieve operational objectives”, said Lauren Eickhorst, COO and Co-founder of Aristotle Metadata.
Data-driven organisations across the academic, public, and private sector are choosing the user-friendly Aristotle Metadata Registry to help drive adoption of data governance and break down data silos.
Seamlessly integrating with the Aristotle Metadata Registry is the Tablion Data Portal, the latest offering from Aristotle Metadata. The Tablion Data Portal is a metadata-driven, white-label data marketplace solution that improves the security of data sharing. Using Tablion organisations are reducing the cost of data requests by building click-and-collect data baskets through secure authentication processes.
- Gartner, “Market Guide for Data and Analytics Governance Platforms”, Guido De Simoni, Saul Judah, Andrew White, Ted Friedman, Melody Chien, Malcolm Hawker, December 1, 2021.
- Gartner, "Top Trends in Government for 2022: Data Sharing as a Program", Ben Kaner, Arthur Mickoleit, Janurary 18, 2022.
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