We’re excited to share that Couchbase has been Named Top Rated by TrustRadius in the NoSQL database category for 2019!

Outranking our competitors, we’re especially proud because this award represents the true voice of the customer. Every user and review is verified and represents how our advocates value Couchbase.

According to Megan Headley, VP of Research at TrustRadius, “Couchbase has won a Top Rated award from TrustRadius for NoSQL databases determined directly off customer feedback. Reviewers on TrustRadius highlight Couchbase’s low latency and high performance, scalability, and analytics.”

Here’s what the announcement says about Couchbase:

Established in 2013, TrustRadius has become the most trusted site for B2B software reviews. Each month, about 400,000 B2B technology buyers use over 168,000 verified reviews and ratings on TrustRadius.com to make informed purchasing decisions.

Since launching in 2016, the TrustRadius Top Rated Awards have become the industry standard for unbiased recognition of the best B2B technology products. Based entirely on customer feedback, they have never been influenced by analyst opinion or status as a TrustRadius customer.

Read more about the award and how our competitors fared here.

Share your love for Couchbase by leaving your own TrustRadius review and earn a $25 Amazon gift card; visit this link for more information.

Posted by Peter Finter, CMO, Couchbase

Peter is a senior marketing executive with broad experience building and leading marketing and sales organizations for a variety of global B2B organizations in the U.S., EMEA, and Canada. As Chief Marketing Officer at Couchbase, he creates breakthrough programs to drive market awareness and leadership within the $40B+ database space. Prior to Couchbase, Peter served as CMO at Gigamon, where he repositioned the brand and launched the company into the cybersecurity market, growing its addressable market by more than $5B and revenues by 40+% CAGR. Before Gigamon, Peter was with Juniper Networks, where he was responsible for worldwide demand generation and the expansion of Juniper’s Enterprise and Service Provider customer base in the Americas. Peter is an Electrical Engineering graduate of Imperial College, London, and a Chartered Engineer.

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