02.21.2017 Press Release
GoodData Enterprise Adoption Increases Significantly in 2016
Cloud Data Lake Grows by 280 Percent
San Francisco - February 21, 2017 – GoodData® whose platform provides actionable insights at the point of work throughout the enterprise and ecosystem to drive better business outcomes, today announced its cloud data lake grew by 280 percent as a result of increased adoption and demand from its global customers. GoodData manages the data integration, enrichment, analytics, and predictive functions all in one end-to-end platform.
According to Gartner’s report, Predicts 2017: Cloud Computing Enters Its Second Decade, “by 2021, more than half of global enterprises already using cloud today will adopt an all-in cloud strategy. Organizations are leaving behind the cloud experimentation stage and are looking for strategic relationships with cloud technology providers. Seeking strategic partnerships, large-enterprise customers will look for the breadth of a cloud service provider's (CSP's) vision and execution.”
GoodData believes its momentum is proof of the demand for comprehensive end-to-end cloud platforms from today’s enterprise. The company’s 280 percent growth in data lake size signifies an increase in commitment and trust from its customers as a cloud analytics platform that enables mission critical applications in real-time.
“We’ve continued to invest heavily in our partnership with GoodData as they have proven time and again that they can manage the enormous amount of data our growth has created. Our customers love the in-depth analysis and real-time visualization we are able to provide through our partnership ” shares Matt McLaughlin, COO at DoubleVerify. “In the last year we saw 300 percent growth in data volume demonstrating GoodData’s unique capability to meet all requirements of our enterprise clients.”
“2016 brought exponential usage growth from our customers. I hear from them everyday that our main competitive advantage is that we go beyond BI. They want automated predictive technologies and machine learning capabilities at scale,“ said Roman Stanek, CEO and Founder at GoodData. “Our customers come to us with real problems looking for real outcomes, and as a result, our scalable, end-to-end platform aligns with their requirements without fail.”
Having moved away from dashboards and reporting and into predictive analytics with machine learning capabilities, GoodData offers all customers automated functionality to meet all analytics needs. GoodData will continue the momentum in 2017 by hiring more world-class data scientists and architects to build out the platform with even more features and functionality.
GoodData provides an integrated set of data management, analytics, and insight application development and management tools as the leading platform in the Systems of Insight category. We focus on enterprise-wide data democratization by delivering actionable insights at the point of work and embedding into applications and workflows so business users can spend time doing what they do best rather than performing data discovery.
More than 50 percent of the Fortune 500 are using GoodData to achieve actionable insights. GoodData is headquartered in San Francisco and is backed by Andreessen Horowitz, General Catalyst Partners, Intel Capital, TOTVS and others. For more information visit our website and follow GoodData on Twitter and LinkedIn.