Positioned based on completeness of vision and ability to execute
Irvine, CA - February 7, 2013 - Alteryx, Inc., the leading provider of Strategic Analytics software, today announced it has been positioned within the 2013 Business Intelligence and Analytics Magic Quadrant* by Gartner Inc., the world's leading information technology research and advisory company.
“Placement in the Gartner BI and Analytics Platform Magic Quadrant affirms our charge to Humanize Big Data. We are delivering a platform that simplifies access to data and strategic analytics for line of business analysts and business leaders,” said Dean Stoecker, CEO of Alteryx. “We believe our position is a reflection of the incredible work that the Data Artisans in our customers such as Experian, Time Warner Cable, Kaiser Permanente, and McDonalds’ do every day.”
A pioneer in Big Data analytics, Alteryx empowers analysts and Data Artisans to rapidly analyze any combination of type or source of data to create sophisticated analytics without needing to have a Ph.D., and then delivers analytic applications to business decision makers.
“This year Alteryx turned proprietary, black-box analytics on its head with the introduction of the Alteryx Analytics Gallery – the app store for Big Data – enabling strategic decision making reusable analytic applications,” said George Mathew, president and COO of Alteryx. “We believe our trajectory and velocity in the Gartner BI and Analytics Platform Magic Quadrant is an indicator of how dramatically this market is being disrupted."
The annual Business Intelligence and Analytics Magic Quadrant by Gartner report presents a global view of Gartner's opinion of software vendors that should be considered by organizations seeking to use business intelligence (BI) and analytics platforms. The report evaluated 24 different software vendors and placed Alteryx in the quadrant based on its completeness of vision and ability to execute.
*Gartner, Inc., Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms, Kurt Schlegel, Rita L. Sallam, Daniel Yuen, and Joao Tapadinhas, February 5, 2013.