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SnapLogic named Visionary in two Magic Quadrant categories
Mon, 5th Sep 2022
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SnapLogic has announced that it is the only iPaaS (Integrated Platform as a Service) vendor to be named a Visionary in two Magic Quadrant categories.

The company was named in both the 2022 “Magic Quadrant for Data Integration Tools” and the 2021 “Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service,” for its investment and creation of cloud data services.

According to the Gartner insights, the company has been named under the category of Visionary, which is described as “[Demonstrating] a strong understanding of emerging technology and business trends or focus on a specific market need that is far outside of common practices, while also possessing capabilities that are expected to grow in demand.”

SnapLogic says that it has invested significantly in data integration capabilities to support the growing needs of enterprises so that they can quickly access, share, and flow data in and out of their cloud data platforms.

Platforms can include examples such as Amazon Redshift, Google BigQuery, Snowflake, and others, with SnapLogic technology allowing companies to be able to deliver data services faster across the enterprise.

SnapLogic CTO Jeremiah Stone says that the company is consistently demonstrating that it can work effectively and efficiently across the cloud and data space.

“We believe that our ability to provide customers with an intuitive, high-powered platform for data integration, application integration, and API development and management sets us apart from other solutions,” he says.

“Combining our versatile and efficient platform with AI-directed guidance and automation tools dramatically simplifies delivering business outcomes and helps organisations to empower more of their employees, in collaboration with scarce technical resources, with what they need to ramp up quickly, accelerate decision-making, speed up data services delivery, and drive success.”

SnapLogic says it is also continuing to invest in enhancements to its artificial intelligence (AI)-powered integration platform. This will look to improve ease of use and enable customers to realise a return on investment quickly.

The company says it will continue to focus on powering automated enterprise as it releases new technology. 

SnapLogic currently provides a self-service, AI-powered integration platform that helps organisations connect applications and data sources, automate common workflows and business processes, and deliver better customer, partner, and employee experiences. 

The company says that thousands of enterprises worldwide rely on the SnapLogic platform to integrate, automate, and transform business operations. It has been operating for over a decade and has offices in both India and Australia in the APAC region.