Anaplan recognized as a Magic Quadrant Leader by Gartner
Anaplan is a Leader for the fourth consecutive year
Gartner states that “the Sales Performance Management (SPM) market grew by 14%, to $1.099 billion, in 2019”. In its 2020 report, Gartner notes that “SPM vendors continue to enhance their ML capabilities for prediction and prescription. It is likely that this growth will continue to be driven by several factors, including advanced analytics techniques and AI.”
We believe Anaplan was named a Leader by Gartner for our flexible and scalable SPM solution, our continued push to serve sales organizations within and beyond the SPM category, and the ability of our platform to connect sales with other areas of the organization including finance and supply chain. Anaplan brings predictive analytics and improved decision-making to enterprise organizations in a variety of industries around the globe.
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