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Mountain View, Calif. – May 19, 2022 – The movement toward setting data in motion with real-time streaming is experiencing a groundswell. According to brand-new survey data, 97% of organizations around the world are tapping into real-time data streaming, making it one of the most important technologies for thriving in today's digital-first landscape. For the inaugural State of Data in Motion report, Confluent, Inc. (NASDAQ: CFLT) surveyed 1,950 IT and engineering leaders across six countries. The findings emphasized how data in motion can underpin businesses that excel at serving, retaining, and attracting customers, now and into the future.
“Real-time data streams are becoming core to how we serve customers and run our business,” said Yaël Gomez, Vice President, Global IT, Integration and Intelligent Automation, Walgreens Boots Alliance. “With quality data in motion, we can manage customer engagement, ensure vaccine and testing accessibility for patients, and enable a differentiated online retail proposition. An organization-wide IT modernization effort has led to an increasingly seamless omnichannel experience.”
Key Findings from the State of Data in Motion Report
The report reflects the growing data streaming market today. It shows how real-time data influences everything from how employees get their work done to how companies engage customers and deliver goods. However, harnessing this powerful force is difficult for many organizations. Data becomes harder to wrangle as it quickly grows in volume and the variety of places it’s pulled from and stored.
“Data has emerged as one of the most important assets needed for business success,” said Erica Schultz, President of Field Operations, Confluent. “Modernizing data infrastructure with real-time data streams — what we call “data in motion” — enables continuous movement and processing of data for better workflows, more automation, real-time analytics, and differentiated digital customer experiences. This technology is crucial for organizations to compete and win in the digital-first world.”
This is the first global industry report that focuses on tech leaders’ experience with data in motion, exploring topics like the benefits they experience, the roadblocks they face with widespread adoption, and the role they believe real-time data streaming will ultimately play in their success.
Key findings include:
Dive Into the Report
Download the full Data in Motion report here. Also, check out the blog post from Erica Schultz, Confluent’s president of field operations. In it, she shares her thoughts on key findings and advice for getting started with data in motion.
The report is based on a survey conducted by Lawless Research from January to March 2022. Responses from 1,950 IT and engineering leaders were collected across the United States, United Kingdom, France, Germany, Australia, and Singapore. This was a 15-minute blind survey of full-time employees of companies with more than 500 employees.
Confluent is the data streaming platform that is pioneering a fundamentally new category of data infrastructure that sets data in motion. Confluent’s cloud-native offering is the foundational platform for data in motion—designed to be the intelligent connective tissue enabling real-time data, from multiple sources, to constantly stream across the organization. With Confluent, organizations can meet the new business imperative of delivering rich, digital front-end customer experiences and transitioning to sophisticated, real-time, software-driven backend operations. To learn more, please visit www.confluent.io.
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