SYDNEY, Australia – 20 April 2018 – TIBCO Software Inc., a global leader in integration, API management, and analytics today announced it was recognised in Gartner’s 2018 Critical Capabilities for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms. TIBCO received the highest score for the Production Refinement use case.
“TIBCO Statistica offers an approach to smart analytics that is mandatory for data science initiatives to yield business value in today’s data-driven world,” said Thomas Been, chief marketing officer, TIBCO. “We’re honoured to be identified for our strong performance in Production Refinement, Business Exploration, and Advanced Prototyping, which reinforces TIBCO Statistica as a dynamic enterprise-ready solution necessary for digital transformation.”
TIBCO Statistica™ provides advanced and predictive analytics solutions that create interactive models, enabling customers to quickly discover new insights about their data and make more informed decisions. Users can rapidly prototype new techniques with a combination of built-in analytics and open-source tools that provide flexibility and fast exploration of models.
This year’s report evaluated 17 data science and machine learning solutions, based on 15 critical capabilities across three key use cases. Gartner recommends that data and analytics leaders tasked with incorporating data science and machine learning into their organisation’s analytics and BI strategies should, “Favour flexible platforms that support and integrate open-source technologies, although open source will typically require a more-sophisticated technical skill set (and may require augmenting internal talent with an external service provider).”
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Gartner, “Critical Capabilities for Data Science and Machine Learning Platforms,” Peter Krensky, Carlie J. Idoine, et al., 4 April 2018.
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