“We see Trifacta as a key driver enabling multiple lines of business to significantly reduce the time and cost to refine raw data. This will also help us foster a collaborative, business-led data culture that accelerates the creation of new data products.”
Dr. Max Siebert, Head of Data-To-Value, BASF
“For us it’s important that it’s intuitive, so that we really have software that is easy to understand by business users, it’s improving the productivity of people within the bank, and we feel that with Trifacta they cover these areas very strongly.”
Marcel Kramer, Head of Data Engineering, ABN Amro
“Trifacta is an exciting addition to GSK’s R&D Data Centre of Excellence as a foundational piece of our data platform. With Trifacta, we’re granting broader data access to our team of clinical researchers and analysts for increased innovation in drug development, which is at the very core of GSK’s mission.”
Chuck Smith, VP of Data Strategy, GSK
The Data School
with Joe Hellerstein
Class is now in Session!
Trying to keep up with the changes in data management or wondering about the new rules of the road in an era of cloud databases, machine learning and the democratization of analytics? The Data School with Joe Hellerstein is a series of videos that explore the big shifts in data management, how to make sense of it all, and where to go from here.
In the modern era of IoT, AI and cloud computing, architectures for data management have changed dramatically. Instead of recording millions of transactions, organizations are recording billions of interactions. Rather than solely inputting data to support formal business processes, companies are capturing signals that can inform business opportunities and unlock new sources of value for organizations
Trifacta empowers end users to work with their data no matter how messy, big or complex. Some of our Trifacta users are going above and beyond with their data and doing work that we consider to be legendary. Check out the Hall of Fame for a complete list of our monthly highlights to see what our users are doing with their data.