Teradata (NYSE: TDC), the connected multi-cloud data platform for enterprise analytics company, announced strong adoption in the first half of 2021 of its Teradata Vantage cloud data analytics platform. The announcement follows Steve McMillan’s first year as Teradata President and CEO. He made “cloud-first” a priority within the Company and focused the organization on delivering compelling customer value in the cloud, as well as ensuring that customers can seamlessly migrate and modernize their data analytic ecosystems in the cloud with Teradata to accelerate their digital transformation goals.
It sounds simple: use data and analytics to deliver business outcomes and drive competitive advantage. But many companies – including the largest and most tech-savvy in the world – struggle to operationalize their analytics across distributed computing environments, or to meaningfully leverage ever-increasing volumes of data coming from AI, machine learning, 5G and IoT. With Vantage, enterprises can cost-effectively start with a small, exploratory analytic use case in the cloud and then scale when ready to tackle the most complex enterprise-wide data challenges. Teradata’s unique proposition — offering software consistency in multi-cloud and hybrid ecosystems across Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud and on-premises — helps customers with the largest data environments leverage their volumes of data to get great insights and achieve breakthrough business results.