Today, big data analytics have evolved from being just an experimental tool to achieve the real results it promised in its infancy. Google, LinkedIn and eBay were among the first to experiment with big data, and today this data is further expanding its efforts to provide these and other giants of industry with more data and models.
So why does your company need big data analytics? There are quite a few reasons, some of which we’ll look at here.
Incredible Cost Reduction with big data analytics
Big data technologies and cloud-based analytics can lead to substantial cost advantages throughout your business. While comparisons between big data technology and conventional architectures are tricky due to the differences in functionality, a price comparison can suggest order-of-magnitude improvements.
Faster and Better Decision Making
Analytics has always centred around improving decision making, and big data analytics doesn’t change that. Large companies are seeking ways to make both faster and better decisions and with big data, they’re finding them. Driven by the speed of in-memory analytics, businesses are focused on speeding up existing decisions.
New Products and Services
One of the inevitable effects of dealing with big data is a company’s ability to recognise new needs in their customers, and to come up with solutions to these needs. Harnessing the incredible power that big data offers allows companies to expand on their service and product offerings with confidence.
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