Teradata

Teradata Corporation is an American computer company that sells analytic data platforms, applications and related services. Its products are meant to consolidate data from different sources and make the data available for analysis. Formerly a division of NCR Corporation, Teradata was incorporated in 1979 and separated from NCR in October 2007. Michael Koehler became president and CEO of Teradata after its 2007 spin off from NCR. Teradata's headquarters is located in Miamisburg, Ohio.
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    …: React: 33K React Native: 24K Pop: 13.5K HHVM: 13K js: 10K Abernathy looked ahead to 2016: Now, with more than 330 total repos, we value contributions from our community more than ever to help us collaborate on solutions for common challenges. We had more than 2,500 external contributors this year, up from 1,000 in 2014. A special shoutout goes…

    Justin Lafferty/ AllTwitterin Social Facebook- 12 readers -
  • How to Get a Bigger Content Budget in 2015

    …, but according to a survey from Teradata and Econsultancy, this might not be the case. For a lot of companies, budgeting decisions are significantly driven by instinct. This means that rather than focusing the discussion on just the numbers, it’s best to uncover and address the deeper interests of whomever is making the big-picture financial…

    Celine Roque/ The Content Strategistin Content How To's- 34 readers -
  • Roundup: 11 B2B Marketing Reports and One Killer Infographic

    … – A Marketer’s Guide – This report provides a breakdown of the marketing automation software market, trends and platforms. Platform features are compared (Adobe Campaign, Act-On, eTrigue, HubSpot, Marketo, Oracle Eloqua, Pardot, Sales Engine, Salesfusion, Silverpop and Teradata. The report also offers advice on selecting a marketing automation solution…

    Lee Odden/ TopRank®in Social Mobile- 20 readers -
  • Enterprises' Top Digital Marketing Priorities for 2015

    … Some 69% of senior marketers at enterprise companies anticipate an increase in digital spend beyond inflation in 2015, and only 6% foresee a decrease, according to a recent report from Teradata and Econsultancy. On the other hand, only 48% expect increases beyond inflation in traditional marketing budgets in 2015, and 29% who expect…

    MarketingProfsin SEO Google Twitter YouTube- 25 readers -
  • Nine internet marketing stats we've seen this week

    … to reach adoption rates of 54% programmatic and 43% programmatic respectively by 2018. Marketing technology Econsultancy's new Enterprise Priorities in Digital Marketing report in association with Teradata, asked 402 senior marketers from global enterprises about their plans. This is what they revealed about future technology investment... Derek…

    Ben Davis/ Econsultancyin Display Google Facebook Twitter- 13 readers -
  • Digital Marketing Trends To Watch Webcast

    … This week the Digital Marketing Depot is hosting a webcast that’s right up our alley, and we think you’ll love it, too. If you’re looking to leverage vast amounts of data for your marketing campaigns, register for “Multi-Channel Digital Marketing – Trends To Watch” on Thursday, October 2 at 1 PM EDT. Aaron Kahlow, CEO and Founder of Online…

    Sarah Burns/ BoostBlog- 19 readers -
  • How Three Brands Won Big with Content Promotion

    … and trade publications. When faced with such well researched, new information, the media had no choice but to cover it. The coverage led to a cascade of influencer citations and social mentions that continue today. Campaign Verdict: Great content and research with purposeful promotion. Teradata – Content Promotion That Drove Eight digits…

    Chad Pollitt/ Relevancein SEO Content Google How To's- 14 readers -
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