Read this Bloor Research product sheet with a vendor-neutral analysis of the Neo4j graph databaseThere are a million technologies competing for your attention, and sometimes it’s hard to weed out the marketing fluff from real product talk.

That’s why we’ve decided to take a moment, step out of the way, and give you access to what vendor-neutral analysts have to say about the Neo4j graph database. In the next few months, we hope to spotlight what analyst firms across the globe are saying about Neo4j with the greater database ecosystem – so you don’t just have to take our word for it.

This time, we’re featuring analysis from UK-based firm Bloor Research.

What Bloor Research Has to Say about Neo4j


Bloor Research is one of Europe’s leading independent IT research, analysis and consultancy firms, based in London and founded in 1989. When it comes to how Neo4j stacks up against other databases (including graph and non-graph competitors), Bloor Research has done the hard work for you.

This one-page Bloor product sheet gives you an analysis of:
    • Neo4j’s development and the history of Neo Technology
    • Neo4j’s strengths and best use cases
    • Neo4j’s weaknesses and threats
    • How Neo4j stacks up against an ideal database
    • How Neo4j balances trade-offs between scale, performance, ease of use, analytics, operations and other features
If you’re interested in learning what Bloor Research thinks of Neo4j, I encourage you to download this brief, one-page report by clicking below. Whether for you or your superiors, this is an excellent vendor-neutral introduction and analysis of Neo4j.


Get this one-page Bloor product sheet and discover how Bloor Research analyzes and ranks Neo4j’s strengths, threats and business trade-offs.

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About the Author

Utpal Bhatt, VP of Global Marketing

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Utpal Bhatt currently heads up global marketing for the Neo4j team.

Utpal comes from Actuate where he served as Vice President, Marketing for the Enterprise BIRT Group. Previously, Utpal was the General Manager of the Performance Analytics Group at Actuate where he managed the overall P&L of the group and also led the marketing function. Prior to that, Utpal was the Senior Director of Product Management responsible for BIRT, Actuate’s flagship product that has been adopted by over 3.5 million developers worldwide. Previously Utpal worked at Cambridge Technology Partners (acquired by Novell) and Tata Consultancy Services.


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