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Cinchy Data Fabric named in Multiple 2019 Gartner reports

Cinchy referenced in multiple 2019 Gartner reports on digital transformation, data management, and solutions-delivery.

In today’s enterprise, hundreds of work-round technologies are used to bridge the thousands of data silos that have resulted from 40 years of app and system proliferation.

However, these technologies do nothing to solve the root causes of data fragmentation which are directly related to the fact that, for over 40 years now, every single new app and system has been developed with its own database. At best, things like data sharing, data integration, and data visualization represent expensive, short-term stop-gaps to this underlying issue.

As enterprise complexity grows, the delivery of transformative projects like increased data security, IT agility, data democratization, and automation will be increasingly held back (if not abandoned altogether) unless radical new ways for delivering technology are implemented.

At Cinchy, our global banking customers have experienced first-hand how Data Collaboration offers a simple and scalable way to navigate this change. From the very first project delivered from our platform, decades of app-based data fragmentation start to unwind, complex data integrations are eliminated, and full control of data is gained for the first time ever.

Gartner subscribers can learn more about the latest in enterprise data management from the following reports:

Data Fabrics Add Augmented Intelligence to Modernize Your Data Integration

This report provides Gartner's analysis of Data Fabric technologies and recognizes Cinchy among a handful of notable vendors. For those new to the term, think of a Data Fabric as a way to describe a category of technology used for simplifying the understanding of complex data management environments for everyday business users, data analytics teams, and developers.

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Note: Cinchy's Data Fabric design uses an interconnected architecture which eliminates data copies while simultaneously simplifying and securing your data ecosystem. This design is combined with a robust set of Data Collaboration features that enable unlimited people, Systems of Record, and Machine Learning tools to collaborate securely on building new solutions in a process that actually accelerates with every project.

Data and Analytics Use Cases Call for Integrated Data Management Capabilities

In this report, the Gartner Supply Chain Research team identifies the forces that are growing demand within the Supply Chain Management community for technologies that take a consolidated approach to enterprise data management.

Cinchy was recognized in this report which states, “existing, standalone products do not have the right mix of capabilities to address the present data and analytics use cases. Supply chain technology leaders must partner with their data and analytics counterparts to invest in solutions with aggregated and integrated data management capabilities” and “new data and analytics use cases call for one comprehensive solution that includes data quality tools, data catalogs, metadata management solutions and data integration tools.”

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  • Title: Data and Analytics Use Cases Call for Integrated Data Management Capabilities
  • Link (requires Gartner subscription)
  • Date: 6 November 2019
  • Report ID: G00463950
  • Page 11
  • Report Analysts: Supply Chain Research Team

Hype Cycle for Data Management, 2019

This Gartner Hype Cycle report states, “this Hype Cycle will help data and analytics leaders interested in data management solutions to understand the evolutionary pace of maturing and emerging data management technologies. Most technologies have passed the Peak of Inflated Expectations, while many are approaching or on the plateau,” and “data and analytics leaders, including chief data officers (CDOs) and other senior roles, can use this Hype Cycle to provide and/or simplify a cohesive ecosystem across what was once siloed data.” Cinchy was named as a Data Fabric Sample Vendor in this report.

"By utilizing an iPaaS that leverages a data hub architecture, organizations will be able to better protect themselves from an ever-changing and increasingly fragmenting hybrid application portfolio."

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Hype Cycle for Application and Integration Infrastructure, 2019

It’s no secret that reaching product maturity requires a complicated evolution of application and integration infrastructure, along with plenty of innovation. Cinchy was named as a Data Hub iPaaS Sample Vendor in this Gartner Hype Cycle report which states

“the dynamics of digitization require innovative application and integration infrastructure that rapidly evolves into productive maturity. This Hype Cycle identifies the relative maturity of a wide range of technologies and practices, the benefits of using them and key factors for their deployment."

It continues; “...the escalating demand for agility and scalability from application and integration infrastructure compels application leaders to pursue technological advances and practices suited to their enterprises. Tool and skills adaptations to develop, deploy, integrate and manage applications have to meet businesses’ demand for fast time to value and greater intimacy with customers, employees, partners and citizens.”

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Hype Cycle for Platform as a Service, 2019

Cinchy is named as a Data Hub iPaaS Sample Vendor in this Gartner Hype Cycle which investigates the market for “Platform as a Service” offerings. Many enterprises are turning to PaaS solutions to help them keep pace with modern demands. According to the report, “this Hype Cycle is designed to help organizations understand the hype in the PaaS market and judge to what degree the stated benefits of various cloud platform innovations match the realities of user experience and vendor capabilities. The Hype Cycle introduces the most recent innovations in the cloud platform space and indicates which technologies have become a safe mainstream choice. It also indicates those that are still immature and, as a result, offer earlier opportunities for business differentiation.”

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Modern Data and Analytics Requirements Demand a Convergence of Data Management Capabilities

According to the report, “...due to changing requirements, modern data and analytics use cases need a portfolio of capabilities that cannot be fulfilled by existing, stand-alone products. Data and analytics leaders must invest in new data management solutions that leverage aggregated and integrated capabilities.” Cinchy was recognized in this report, where Gartner subscribers can see why evolving technologies are forcing this shift, and how it’s vital to the continued success of your business to find a new solution to data management.

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