Toronto - Cinchy, the world’s first Autonomous Data Fabric, has been named a “Cool Vendor” in Gartner’s new report, Cool Vendors in Data Management. The report was written by analysts Robert Thanaraj, Julian Sun, Eric Hunter, Eric Thoo, and Ehtisham Zaidi.
Cinchy’s connected architecture is a key differentiator in a crowded marketplace for data solutions. This unique design enables "autonomous data" which means that data managed within Cinchy is self-describing, self-protecting, self-connecting, self-manageable. Traditionally, these attributes are managed by code in individual applications. Cinchy is referred to as an "Autonomous Data Fabric" for this reason. The technology, which was purpose-built for use in highly regulated environments, allows data to be easily blended from a variety of sources including legacy systems, SaaS applications, and AI/ML tools.
Cinchy's Data Fabric technology is well-positioned to help organizations reduce spending while accelerating the delivery of revenue-generating and compliance-related projects in response to COVID-19. Cinchy helps its customers to deliver hundreds of real-time solutions with universally enforced data protection in half the time and cost of traditional application builds. Data on the fabric is instantly reusable by future projects without requiring any data integration or duplication, saving 50% of the IT effort on new projects.
“Cinchy is honoured to be recognized by Gartner in the ‘Cool Vendors in Data Management’ report. The current market forces organizations to rationalize spending while simultaneously fast-tracking efforts to digitize service delivery. Cinchy's Data Fabric has allowed customers to meet the new demands of their organization by delivering projects in 1/2 the time and half the cost," says Dan DeMers, CEO and co-founder of Cinchy.
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Additional analyst reports that mention Cinchy:
- Forrester Now Tech: Enterprise Data Fabric, Q2 2020
- Gartner “Data Fabrics Add Augmented Intelligence to Modernize Your Data Integration,” Ehtisham Zaidi, et al, 17 December 2019
- Gartner “Hype Cycle for Data Management, 2019,” Donald Feinberg, Adam Ronthal, 31 July 2019
- Gartner “Hype Cycle for Application and Integration Infrastructure, 2019,” Eric Thoo,
- Gartner “Hype Cycle for Platform as a Service, 2019,” Yefim Natis, et al, 29 July 2019
- Gartner “Modern Data and Analytics Requirements Demand a Convergence of Data Management Capabilities,” Guido De Simoni, et al, 11 September 2019
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Cinchy is the World’s first Data Collaboration Platform built for the enterprise and represents the biggest shift in enterprise technology delivery since the relational database was launched in 1979. Highly-regulated organizations like banks, telcos, public sector agencies, and healthcare providers use Cinchy to deliver hundreds of real-time solutions with universally-enforced Data Protection in half the time and cost of traditional application builds. Cinchy was voted ‘Best of Show’ at Finovate NYC by 1,500 financial influencers and won ‘Top Pick’ at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco. The Post-App Era has begun and Data Collaboration is the ground-breaking approach that’s leading the way.