Talend is the recognized leader in open source integration solutions, providing a holistic integration platform that addresses data, application and process integration through a unified technology stack and supports organizations in their shift toward the Cloud and Big Data.
Talend’s solutions portfolio includes data integration (operational – more... data integration and ETL for Business Intelligence), data quality, master data management (MDM), enterprise service bus (ESB) and business process management (BPM).
Unlike the small – and quickly consolidating – number of traditional vendors offering proprietary, closed solutions, which can only be afforded by the largest and wealthiest organizations, Talend offers a completely new vision. The company shatters the traditional proprietary model by supplying open, innovative and powerful software solutions with the flexibility to meet the needs of all organizations. Talend democratizes integration by making its solutions available to organizations of all sizes, for all their integration needs. – less
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