Alteryx, a global leader in analytics automation solutions, has announced that it has acquired cloud-based analytics platform Trifacta. The strategic move is designed to enable the platform’s end-to-end data insights and analytics transformation capabilities for enterprise brands.
“Trifacta brings game-changing integration with cloud data warehouses like Snowflake and purpose-built architecture for all three major public cloud providers, Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and Microsoft Azure,” said Mark Anderson, CEO of Alteryx.
“These capabilities will anchor and accelerate Alteryx’s journey to the cloud by combining our industry leading analytics solution with Trifacta’s cloud-native capabilities to offer unrivaled deployment options that meet the analytics needs of our customers.”
By adding an interactive cloud platform like Trifacta, Alteryx attempts to empower its easy-to-use analytics solution for data analytics, IT/data engineering, and business operations teams. The new capabilities also allow the company to provide flexible deployment workloads for pipelining and democratizing data.
Trifacta is used around the world by more than 10 thousand brands such as Autodesk, Bank of America, and PepsiCo to profile, prepare, and analyze data.
The flexible platform supports multiple clouds, open APIs, and connectivities and its built-in low / no-code authoring tools make it easy for users to share and collaborate. The solution also features integrations with Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, Microsoft Azure, Snowflake, and Databricks.
Alteryx is focused on helping brands transform data into results. Its complete platform features multiple products for streamlining business analytics automation for organizations of any size around the globe.
“Long known for its self-service capabilities for automating data access, preparation, analytics and data science processes, Alteryx has been steadily enhancing and expanding its platform to make it even more accessible and attractive to a wider base of customers,” said David Menninger, senior vice president and research director, Ventana Research.
“The combination with Trifacta’s cloud-native platform will help improve appeal to data engineers and IT teams, while adding important cloud-native capabilities to accelerate adoption of its new cloud-based product portfolio.”