Microsoft, leader in Predictive Analytics & Machine Learning in The Forrester Wave

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Microsoft, leader in Predictive Analytics & Machine Learning in The Forrester Wave

In the recent “The Forrester Wave™: Notebook-Based Predictive Analytics And Machine Learning, Q3 2020” Microsoft is named leader.

In this study, Forrester analyses the 12 most relevant PAML (predictive analytics and machine learning) solution providers – Amazon Web Services, Anaconda, Civis Analytics, Cloudera, Databricks, Domino Data Lab, Google, MathWorks, Microsoft, OpenText, Oracle, and RStudio – taking into account 26 evaluation criteria. Azure Machine Learning has obtained the highest score in 13 of these 26 evaluation metrics.

Forrester research ensures that Microsoft, Cloudera, Domino Data Lab, Google, and MathWorks are leaders in this market; Amazon Web Services, RStudio, and Oracle are strong competitors; and Anaconda, OpenText, Databricks, and Civis Analytics are contenders.

The Forrester Wave™: Notebook-Based Predictive Analytics And Machine Learning, Q3 2020

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