eCommerce and Online Services Giant Uses Talend Data Fabric to Enable
Self-Service Data Access and Increase the Use of Data Analytics
REDWOOD CITY, Calif. & TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 11, 2018--
TLND), the global leader in cloud and big
data integration solutions, today announced that Yahoo! JAPAN chose Talend
Data Fabric to provide its over 100 online services with access to data
and business insights that will help further personalize the customer
experience and improve service delivery. Using Talend, Yahoo! JAPAN will
have a more flexible platform for collecting, cleansing, qualifying, and
transforming multiple petabytes of data and empowering employees with a
self-service data environment.
Yahoo! JAPAN is one of the most popular online services in the country.
The dynamic web portal attracts more than 41 million monthly active user
IDs and receives more than 75 billion monthly page views, generating
massive volumes of data1. Talend is helping Yahoo! JAPAN
unlock the value of this data by standardizing data management and
implementing intuitive self-service access.
“We are honored to have been chosen by Yahoo! JAPAN and look forward to
partnering with them to unify and scale enterprise-wide access to data
so its employees can deliver a higher level of customer service and
intimacy,” said Jason Bissell, senior vice president, Asia Pacific,
Talend. “Yahoo! JAPAN is a widely recognized web services leader and is
representative of the innovative, enterprise customer wins Talend is
collecting not only in Asia, but worldwide.”
The Japan market has seen a tremendous increase in the demand for cloud
and big data solutions to help drive digital transformation initiatives.
According to IDC, in 2016, Japan’s big data software market grew 34.9
percent year-over-year.2 In that same period, Talend Japan
doubled its customer pipeline and increased its revenue four-fold.
For more information on Talend and its entire portfolio of enterprise
data integration solutions visit www.talend.com
or join the conversation about modern data integration at the Talend
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1Monthly active user IDs are 41.58 million as of
September 2017; monthly total page views are 75.8 billion (average of
July - September, 2017).
2 IDC Research, Inc. “Japan Big Data Software
Market Shares, 2016: High Growth Continues,” by Shintaro Kusachi,
About Yahoo! JAPAN
Yahoo! JAPAN, operated by Yahoo Japan Corporation (Stock market: TSE 1st
section, Brand Code: 4689, Head office: Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo. Founded on
January 31, 1996, President and Representative Director: Manabu
Miyasaka), is one of Japan's largest Internet information sites offering
more than 100 services such as search, news, e-commerce, etc. From
mobile devices and PCs, Yahoo! JAPAN generates 75.8 billion page views
per month (average of July-September 2017), and 41.58 million active
user IDs (as of September 2017).
TLND) is a next-generation leader in cloud and big data integration
software that helps companies turn data into a strategic asset that
delivers real-time, organization-wide insight into customers, partners,
and operations. Through its open, native, and unified integration
platform, Talend delivers the data agility required for companies to
meet the constantly evolving demands of modern business. With Talend,
companies can easily scale their data infrastructure and rapidly adopt
the latest technology innovations in cloud and big data. Talend’s
solutions support over 1500 global enterprise customers including Air
France, GE, and Lenovo, across a range of industries. Talend has also
been recognized as a leader in its field multiple times by leading
analyst firms, as well as several industry and data trade publications
including InfoWorld and SD Times. For more information, please visit www.talend.com
and follow us on Twitter: @Talend.
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Chris Taylor, 650-268-5024
VP, Corp. Communications
Director, Corp. Communications