As self-service business intelligence programs mature across organizations, the challenge of data wrangling quickly becomes more apparent. Several tools on the market strive to make data preparation a self-serviceable task that relatively non-technical business users can do for themselves. With their easy, graphical, drag-and-drop interfaces, tools like Alteryx, Talend, or Matillian let business users build complex data flows for analytics. But what does the future hold for these stand-alone data preparation tools? ETR recently published an industry analysis report that explores this question.