Matillion wins M.E.N Business of the Year Award 2018
Matillion, the market leader in data transformation for cloud data warehouses, has won M.E.N Business of the Year Award in the ‘turnover under £5m’ category, sponsored by Salford Business School.
The 26th Annual Business Awards honored companies’ successes in all sectors and industries across Greater Manchester. With over 100 companies entering applications, judges visited each office to narrow down a shortlist, with the winners announced at an award ceremony held on November 15, 2018.
“Matillion is delighted to have received a MEN Business of the Year Award sponsored by the Salford Business School. In just a few years we have matured from a tech startup to an industry leader in our category of data transformation,” explains Ed Thompson, CTO, Matillion. “Our solutions now serve hundreds of global customers, helping them transform their data into actionable insights underpinning data-driven success. This award is a fantastic indicator of how far we have come and a benchmark for what to expect in the future – a tech business that can take on and win against the best Silicon Valley has to offer.”
From left to right: Professor David Spicer, Dean, Salford Business School; Ed Thompson, CTO, Matillion; Vicki Marchington, VP of People, Matillion
Cloud-based data warehouses, like Amazon Redshift, Snowflake and BigQuery are changing the game in data analytics, reducing cost, speeding up time-to-value and increasing computing power available to businesses to load, transform and analyze their data. This award is a further testament to Matillion’s ability to meet this customer need compellingly.