Six trends in data and analytics for 2022

November 19, 2021 - Research V178

Reflecting on vendor briefings and customer interactions over the year, Nucleus has identified several key factors driving vendor investment and user adoption in data and analytics technologies. On the vendor side, we see consolidation as companies look to control as much of the analytics pipeline as possible, particularly with data integration, preparation, governance, and management technologies to complement core analytical functionality. Users are driving demand for easy-to-use interfaces such as graphical and natural language to control high complexity analyses and other workflows, as well as increased centralized control over data within organizations and lower-latency options for data processing both at the edge and within data repositories.