Announcing the Top Rated Data Integration Tools for 2019

Alan Cooke, Researcher at TrustRadius
Alan Cooke
August 28, 2019
Awards, IT & Development

Announcing the Top Rated Data Integration Tools for 2019

We are excited to announce the Top Rated Data Integration Tools for 2019! Top Rated awards showcase today’s top-of-the-line products in Data Integration Tools based solely on positive user feedback and satisfaction scores. These awards make the voice of the market the primary decider into the industry’s best products.

Top Rated awards are the most trusted in the industry because they are never influenced by analyst opinion, the vendor’s size, popularity, or status as a TrustRadius customer. So without further ado…

Here are the winners:

Oracle GoldenGate

Oracle GoldenGate TRScore |

Oracle GoldenGate is a data integration solution designed for real-time data. It offers transactional data replication and data comparison across heterogeneous sources and targets. The software can be configured for continuous availability through system upgrades and maintenance. It also includes failover, disaster recovery, and real-time business intelligence features. A large majority (78%) of GoldenGate users on TrustRadius are from enterprise-level organizations. Reviewers value GoldenGate’s heterogeneous replication support, real-time data capture, and overall speed.

“[This] is just the best replication solution I have worked with… I love that you can perform changes in almost zero downtime [and] replicate millions of data in sub seconds.”

Verified User | Consultant in Information Technology | Information Technology and Services Company

Task Factory

Task Factory TRScore |

Task Factory is a data integration tool designed to make extract, transform, and load (ETL) processes faster and easier. The software can connect to many different platforms, including Salesforce, SharePoint, and REST-enabled applications. Its data validation feature ensures that data is clean before loading and flags suspicious data for follow-up. Task Factory also includes batch processing, data warehouse management, and cloud data integration features. Half (50%) of the Task Factory users on TrustRadius are from midsize companies. Reviewers say that Task Factory is easy to setup and use, effectively handles complex transformations, and replaces time-intensive custom code.

“It speeds up development time by adding very useful transforms that are easier to use than the standard Microsoft transforms as well. It makes debugging and development faster.”

Mickeal Davis | Enterprise Architect | Government Administration


Matillion TRScore |

Matillion is a data integration tool designed for Amazon Redshift, Snowflake, and Google BigQuery. It offers a drag-and-drop GUI for designing custom data transformation jobs. Automation features let users schedule ETL jobs and send alerts and notifications. Users with custom needs can use Bash and Python components to adapt the software to their needs. Validation and data sampling features help users ensure that their jobs are running as expected. Matillion also includes a version control system to help keep development teams in sync. Users from midsize companies make up about two-thirds (65%) of Matillion reviewers on TrustRadius. Users value Matillion’s team collaboration features, straightforward integration with AWS, and shallow learning curve.

“With the help of the support team, we had a proof of concept up and running in an afternoon…Matillion is great for a team’s first foray into ETL. It holds your hand exactly as much as is needed, and scales brilliantly within the scope of a small team.”

Adam Labay | Data Systems Specialist | Education Management Company

Congratulations to the winners of the Top Rated Data Integration Tools Award!

What are Data Integration Tools?

In complex data centers, multiple systems often create large volumes of valuable data. However, this data must be aggregated before it can be properly analyzed. Data integration tools help solve this problem by providing a unified view of data gathered from across an enterprise’s systems. Products in this category follow the ETL process of obtaining, cleaning, and loading data into a data warehouse or similar database.

Data integration tools can process and unify data from a large variety of sources. Mainframes, spreadsheets, databases, and other applications are all potential sources of structured data. These tools can often process unstructured data as well, incorporating information from email, instant messaging applications, and web pages. De-duping and data sanitation features help make sure that data is ready for analysis. Vendors often include job-creation tools to standardize and streamline repeated data operations.

When considering data integration tools, evaluate your expected user base. Some tools may have more robust visual interfaces, while others may lean more heavily on a code-based interface. You should also make sure that the solution is capable of accessing every data source you want to integrate. If your chosen tool doesn’t interact well with an important data source, analysis on the collected data might be much more difficult.

Top Rated Criteria

Products included in the 2019 Top Rated Data Integration Tools list must have been in the top tier of their category TrustMap as of August 1st, 2019. To qualify for the Data Integration Tools Top Rated Award, products must have at least 10 reviews written within the past year, a TRScore of at least 7.5 out of 10, and must receive at least 1.5% of the traffic in their category.  Every reviewer is verified and every review is vetted before publication. Products are plotted on the TrustMap based on end-user data, including users’ likelihood to recommend scores as well as buyer research patterns. To learn more about TrustMaps and Top Rated methodology, check out this page.

About the Author

Alan Cooke, Researcher at TrustRadius
Alan Cooke
Alan attended the University College Dublin where he received his BA and MA in English Literature and Philosophy and he received his MBA from HEC Paris. He has held many roles at various companies including Director of Product Management at HP, Dazel, Inquisite, and Convio. His research interests both at work and outside of work include complex, technical topics (ironically).

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