Stewart Bond is Research Director of IDC’s Data Integration and Integrity Software service. Mr. Bond's core research coverage includes watching emerging trends that are shaping and changing data movement, ingestion, transformation, mastering, cleansing and consumption in the era of digital transformation. Having worked in the IT industry for over 25 years, from early experience in database and application development, through solution design and deployment, to strategic architectural consulting, Stewart has worked through some significant changes in the IT industry. His depth of field experience coupled with market insight gives him a unique perspective, valued by his customers and peers.
Mr. Bond has led numerous research projects and publications, and is recognized as a valued industry analyst by leading software vendors, consumers, and peers in the areas of enterprise and data integration, business-to-business integration, Big Data, and cloud. Prior to becoming a market and industry analyst in 2011, Stewart spent 10 years with IBM as a master certified IT architect, consulting on information management and middleware strategies, and delivering integration solutions to customers around the globe.
Honors diploma in Transportation Engineering Technology, Mohawk College, Hamilton Ontario, Canada
Frequent commentary and analysis for multiple media outlets, including the Wall Street Journal, Bloomberg, Datanami, PC Today, Cybertrend, and has appeared on the TheCube.
Effective communicator, having spoken, presented and moderated panel sessions at industry conferences, and led interactive workshops in consulting engagements.
Areas of Expertise (5)
Associated IDC Services (1)
- Data Integration and Integrity Software
Mohawk College: Honours Diploma, Transportation Engineering Technology 1990
University of Waterloo: Studies, Mathematics and Computer Science 1987
Event Appearances (2)
Blockchain in the Enterprise: What IT Means
IDC Directions Canada 2018 Toronto
Data Intelligence in the DX Platform
IDC Directions 2018 Boston, MA
Worldwide Big Data and Analytics Software Market Shares, 2018: Demand Across All Use-Case PatternsIDC
Dan Vesset, Chandana Gopal, Carl W. Olofson, Stewart Bond, Maureen Fleming, David Schubmehl
This IDC study highlights the shares of the largest vendors in the worldwide Big Data and analytics software market for the calendar year 2018. This document also highlights the trends and significant developments in the market.
Worldwide Big Data and Analytics Software Forecast, 2019–2023IDC
Chandana Gopal, Dan Vesset, Carl W. Olofson, Stewart Bond, Maureen Fleming, David Schubmehl
This IDC study presents the historical view of the worldwide BDA software market for 2013–2018 and the forecast of the market for 2019–2023. The study includes a breakdown of the market by 14 subsegments, 3 geographic regions, and public ...
OpenText Enterprise World 2019 — Preparing for an Automated Cloud Services FutureIDC
David Schubmehl, Melissa Webster, Stewart Bond, Simon Ellis, Megha Kumar, Andrew Smith, Aly Pinder, Holly Muscolino, Ryan O’Leary, Adelaide O'Brien, Andrea Minonne, Marci Maddox
This IDC Market Perspective examines and provides an overview of the OpenText Enterprise World conference, held in Toronto in July 2019, where OpenText announced several key product introductions and partnerships, including a major partnership ...
Market Analysis Perspective: Worldwide Data Integration and Integrity Software, 2019IDC
This IDC Market Analysis Perspective provides insight into the current state and future outlook of the worldwide data integration and integrity software market. Analysis of current market shares, growth, and trends is viewed in the context ...
IDC Market Glance: Data Integration and Integrity Software, 3Q19IDC
This IDC Market Glance provides a view of the current makeup of the data integration and integrity (DII) software market landscape. This document covers three subsegments of the DII software market: data integration, data integrity and intelligence, ...
Blockchain in the Enterprise — What IT MeansIDC
This IDC Presentation provides an overview of recent advances in blockchain technology, a worldwide outlook for spending through 2021, and a dive into integrating blockchain into the enterprise: what means IT and business will require to ...
IDC Innovators: Data Intelligence Software Platforms, 2019IDC
IDC Innovators are emerging vendors with revenue
Qlik Acquires Attunity to Expand Its PlatformIDC
Stewart Bond, Chandana Gopal
On February 21, 2019, Qlik announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Attunity Ltd. Qlik is acquiring Attunity to further develop its data platform and become a comprehensive end-to-end provider of data management and ...
A Unified Approach to Driving Value Using Data for Digital Transformation: Lessons Learned from IBM ThinkIDC
Carl W. Olofson, Stewart Bond
This IDC Market Note describes key announcements at IBM Think 2019 that are relevant to the data management markets. It discusses both the announcements and their significance for the markets in the coming years.
Informatica Acquires AllSight to Enhance Its Intelligent Data PlatformIDC
Stewart Bond, Chandana Gopal
On February 28, Informatica announced the acquisition of AllSight Inc. to enhance the Informatica Intelligent Data Platform (IDP) with AllSight's customer insights application. Having reached over $1.2 billion in revenue with 4,200+ employees, ...
Data Literacy: A Foundation for Succeeding in a Data-Driven WorldIDC
Dan Vesset, Stewart Bond, Chandana Gopal
This IDC Perspective highlights the commonly understood definition of data literacy, provides metrics from IDC's market research exposing the current level of data literacy (that can be used to benchmark your enterprise), and recommends ...
DX Platform: A Framework for Integration and Orchestration ServicesIDC
Stewart Bond, Maureen Fleming, Mike Rosen
Jan 2018 This IDC Perspective explains that distributed computing has recently seen dramatic changes that both are parallel to and support digital transformation, driven by the need for real-time engagements and decisions, the order of magnitude increase in data, the increased speed of change, and the ephemeral nature of the cloud. At the same time, exponential increases in computing power and cognitive/AI/ML technologies are enabling new solutions that weren't possible previously.
Data Integration on the DX PlatformIDC
Jan 2018 This IDC Perspective discusses data integration on the digital transformation (DX) platform. "Digital transformation is changing data integration — batch data integration is being replaced by real-time streaming and federation with a new focus on data integrity and intelligence as organizations move to govern, manage, and protect their most valuable assets for DX," says Stewart Bond, director of Data Integration and Integrity research at IDC. "Organizations have an opportunity to leverage innovations coming from the data integration and integrity (DII) software market to meet the business demands of data on the DX platform, while at the same time exercising caution by diligently testing within the constraints and scale of DX initiatives, and increasing opportunities for success."