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Why companies turn to data to drive their businesses

The database market is valued at roughly $68 billion. Currently, most of the technology on the market is currently outdated for the cloud era. This presents a dilemma for the companies that rely upon data and applications to support their businesses. MongoDB COO and CFO Michael Gordon joined The Final Round to discuss his database company and what it is doing to help fill the void in the market.