Financial services institutions (FSIs) hold a lot of data on their customers — more than virtually any other type of business.
The problem is that data silos, privacy issues, varied data formats, and overwhelmed IT departments can hold data hostage for so long that by the time they’re identified the data is no longer relevant.
The healthcare and pharmaceutical industries have access to huge volumes and varieties of big and real-time data.
Healthcare payers, providers, and the organizations that support them however, often don’t have access to big data analytics software that allow them to visually explore, interact with, and extract insights from all that data.
Mobile data usage is projected to grow 49 percent by 2020. Yet projected revenue growth is only 2.1 percent in the same period.
To keep pace with demands on its networks, the mobile industry is looking at CAPEX increases of as much as $700 billion over the next three years.
Operators need to find new revenue streams for their network data and opportunities to minimize expenses and waste.
Big data is forcing organizations to think differently about how we architect analytics. See how forward-thinking companies leaned into big data, streaming data, and multisource analysis to compete and win in their industries.