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Ranking
6th
out of 23 in Metadata Management
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16th
out of 23 in Metadata Management
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32
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Collibra
Semantic Web Company
Overview

Collibra Catalog is both a report and a data catalog that helps analysts and information users spend less time looking for essential clinical, financial, and operational data and more time solving critical business challenges.

PoolParty Semantic Suite is world-class technology for your data.
It offers sharply focused solutions to your knowledge organization and content business. Build the backbone of your Enterprise Semantic AI infrastructure.

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Sample Customers
AXA XL, DNB, Adobe, PMI, Holland America Line, UC Davis Health, Cox AutomotiveHealthDirect, Boehringer Ingelheim, Council of EU, Wolters Kluwer
Top Industries
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Computer Software Company35%
Comms Service Provider12%
Financial Services Firm11%
Government8%
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Collibra Catalog is ranked 6th in Metadata Management while PoolParty Semantic Suite is ranked 16th in Metadata Management. Collibra Catalog is rated 0.0, while PoolParty Semantic Suite is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Collibra Catalog is most compared with Informatica Enterprise Data Catalog, Denodo, Talend Open Studio, Ab Initio Co>Operating System and Azure Data Factory, whereas PoolParty Semantic Suite is most compared with Smartlogic Semaphore.

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