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Research Corner: New research that covers, relates to, or mentions Oracle: Access Management and Transportation Management Magic Quadrant

by Andrew White  |  March 9, 2017  |  Comments Off on Research Corner: New research that covers, relates to, or mentions Oracle: Access Management and Transportation Management Magic Quadrant

Research Corner: Highlights new research that covers, relates to, or mentions Oracle.

Frank Marsala just published Invest Implications: ‘Forecast Snapshot: Privileged Access Management, Worldwide, 2017’.

The privileged access management market is expected to grow to $2.274 billion by 2020, representing a compound annual growth rate of 27% for the period of 2015 through 2020. Protection against credential-based data breaches and compliance/regulatory mandates are drivers for adoption.

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Bart De Muynck just published the Magic Quadrant for Transportation Management Systems.

Securing capacity, driving efficiency and improving customer service are strong motivators for investing in a TMS. The business case is underpinned by an overriding objective to reduce transport costs. Supply chain leaders should use this research to evaluate the TMS marketplace.

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Andrew White is a research vice president and agenda manager for MDM and Analytics at Gartner. His main research focus is master data management (MDM) and the drill-down topic of creating the "single view of the product" using MDM of product data. He was co-chair… Read Full Bio




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