A recent post on this blog has the title MDM Spending Might be 5 Billion USD per Year.
The 5 B USD figure was a guestimate based on an estimate by Information Difference about the total yearly revenue at 1.6 B USD collected by MDM software vendors.
Prash Chandramohan, who has his daily work at Informatica, made a follow up blog post with the title The Size of the Global Master Data Management Market. In here Prash mentions some of the uncertainties there are when making such a guestimate.
In a Linkedin discussion on that post Ben Rund, who is at Riversand, asks about other sources – Gartner and others.
The latest Gartner MDM Magic Quadrant mentions the 2017 revenues as estimated by Gartner:
It is worth noticing that Oracle is not a Gartner MDM Magic Quadrant vendor anymore and the Gartner report indicate that Oracle still have an MDM (or is it ADM?) revenue from the installed base resembling the ones of the other mega-vendors being SAP, IBM and Informatica.
Update: The revenues mentioned are assumed to be software license and maintenance. The vendors may then have additional professional services revenue.
The 14 MDM vendors that qualified for inclusion in the latest quadrant constituted, according to Gartner estimates, 84% of the estimated MDM market revenue (software and maintenance) for 2017 – which according to Gartner criteria must be excluding Oracle.