Snowflake Data Marketplace Expands Total Providers Over 300%, Unlocking More Value for Thousands of Organizations
Snowflake, the Data Cloud company, today announced an over 300% increase in the total number of data providers on Snowflake Data Marketplace since April 2020. Thousands of organizations are leveraging the power of the Data Cloud via Snowflake Data Marketplace to unlock more rich insights faster, with seamless access to data from open and commercial third-party data providers and SaaS vendors.
Snowflake Data Marketplace modernizes the process of discovering, accessing and purchasing data by giving data science, business intelligence, and analytics professionals seamless access to live, ready-to-query data. Leveraging the Snowflake platform’s secure data sharing technology, customers don’t need costly and cumbersome data pipelines and integrations in order to access data.
Through Snowflake Data Marketplace, users are:
- Accessing more than 350 datasets from over 120 data providers like Heap Analytics, Knoema, FactSet, Safegraph, WeatherSource and more, across 16 key categories – 26% of which are open datasets available for all Snowflake customers to access.
- Drawing new insights by combining multiple third-party data sources with their own data.
- Employing built-in comprehensive security and governance controls that enable compliance with GDPR, CCPA, HIPAA, FedRAMP (medium) and more.
- Using insights from the most requested data categories like Public Health, Weather, and Location data, to better understand the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on their businesses.
Leading brands in Snowflake’s Data Cloud, such as DoorDash, Pacific Life Insurance, and S&P Global are already leveraging Snowflake Data Marketplace to move their businesses forward:
The seamless data sharing made possible by Snowflake’s Data Cloud enables stronger collaboration between data providers and consumers across every industry. With Snowflake Data Marketplace, retail businesses are leveraging third-party data sets combined with their own data to achieve insights for more accurate tracking and forecasting of product inventory, while healthcare organizations leverage data combined from a multitude of internal and external sources to accelerate research, develop new therapies, and research and develop new drugs.