Big Data And Analytics Has Been Around Forever! Why Is It Still Important?

| December 11, 2018

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These are some quick answers to some common questions I get about Business Intelligence, Big Data, and Analytics: Big Data. The term has been around for quite some time. Why is it still important for innovative businesses? It’s clear that data is one of the most important assets of the future. Organizations want to optimize their end-to-end customer experience, to improve productivity, and to engage the workforce in new ways. All of these things require data and analytics. And we have more opportunities than ever before! More visibility, for example — the internet of things gives us new ways of monitoring and optimizing previously invisible business processes. And we can use new technologies like data orchestration to connect and collect data stored in different silos across the organization so that we can recognize previously unseen patterns.

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