Gartner ranks Informatica No.1 iPaaS solution provider

Informatica accounts for 19 percent of global iPaaS market share revenue in 2016

Informatica®, the world’s No. 1 provider of data management solutions, announced on 25th April that Gartner, Inc., a leading IT research and advisory firm, has, for the third consecutive year, ranked Informatica as the number one global Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) solution provider. This ranking is based on 2016 market share revenue identified in Gartner’s report “Market Share: All Software Markets, Worldwide, 2016” for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) in the Application and Infrastructure Middleware Market.

Last month, the Gartner 2017 Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service (iPaaS) report positioned Informatica as a Leader in the iPaaS industry for the fourth straight year. In fact, in this report, Informatica was positioned highest on the ability to execute axis and farthest on the completeness of vision axis.

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In its new iPaaS market share report, Gartner sizes the 2016 global iPaaS market at $688 million, with Informatica accounting for $127 million in iPaaS revenue, or 19 percent of the whole and six percentage points more than the closest competitor. With its iPaaS revenues growing 40 percent year-over-year from $91 million in 2015 and more than doubling from 2014, Informatica is in hyper growth mode and is the only iPaaS vendor operating at more than $100 million scales.

“We believe 2016 was a watershed year for the global iPaaS market, and for Informatica iPaaS solutions in particular as we further solidified our position as a recognised iPaaSleader for vision, execution and ranked number one for iPaaS market share revenue,” said Ronen Schwartz, senior vice president and general manager, data integration, big data and cloud at Informatica. “Informatica customers continue to move aggressively in transitioning integration workloads and data to cloud environments. Informatica currently has more than 5,000 enterprise iPaaS customers, connected to thousands of applications and moving more than 22 billion transactions per day, with 100 percent year-over-year transaction growth rate. As these customers invest in our solutions, we continue to invest aggressively to bring to market the ‘next’ generation of innovative iPaaS and data management solutions that will enhance their journeys to the cloud.”

The Informatica Cloud® market leading iPaaS delivers the broadest set of cloud integration/iPaaS capabilities on a single platform across all systems, in the cloud and on-premise.Informatica is a pioneer in cloud integration and now more than 1.5 million jobs are processed with Informatica Cloud every day, demonstrating the growth in workloads shifting to the cloud and driving today’s hybrid cloud era. Customers depend on Informatica Cloud to underpin such key use cases as data integration, application integration, process integration, data quality, master data management (MDM), data security, B2B integration, data preparation and more across multiple types of environments, all powered by Informatica’s iPaaSplatform.

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