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Gartner’s 2012 Magic Quadrant: Do Business Intelligence Vendors Lack Vision?

March 20, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  enterprise Apps Today

While Leaders and Niche Players abound in Gartner’s 2012 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence, only two companies placed in the Challenger category and Gartner didn’t name any vendors as Visionaries. What gives?

The latest Gartner Business Intelligence Magic Quadrant (MQ) came out a few weeks ago. Comparing it to one from 2008 reveals an interesting trend. In both cases, two of the four squares (Leaders and Niche Players) were filled with dots while the other two (Challengers and Visionaries) were almost empty.

Only two companies, Tableau and Tibco, placed in the Challengers category of this year’s MQ, with both very close to moving to the Leaders quadrant. Somewhat surprisingly, there are no vendors at all in the Visionaries section. Does this mean business intelligence vendors lack vision?

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