Teradata, a division of NCR Corporation (NYSE:NCR), a leading provider for data warehousing solutions, announced this week that it has been positioned in the Leaders Quadrant in Gartner's Data Warehouse Database Management System (DBMS) Magic Quadrant Report for 2004.
In this report, Gartner defines the essential features of a successful data warehouse DBMS as the ability to shape the competitive landscape of the market, capabilities that solve analytical business challenges, ability to deliver extensive support and skilled services for production implementations and customer support, breadth and depth of partnerships with independent software vendors and systems integrators and visibility of customer references for a range of data warehouse workloads.

"This new report is in addition to Gartner's Application Server Evaluation Model (ASEM) report for 2003 that gave Teradata four years of unbroken leadership in data warehousing," said Bob Fair, chief marketing officer of Teradata. "Global leaders across all industries have selected Teradata as their data warehouse standard including 60 percent of the Fortune most admired global companies, 60 percent of the Fortune top global retailers, 70 percent of the Fortune top global telecommunications firms and 70 percent of the Fortune top global airlines."

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