Oracle research suggests that more and more companies have more data which they can use effectively, yet most of business analyst claim that systems would not provide the right information which they need to make important decisions. As a result more than 90% of them are losing revenue.
In response, IT strategies are changing fast. We are at the forefront of a seismic shift in investments. Big data is moving center-stage, mobile computing is infiltrating enterprise computing, and many CIOs are adopting a cloud strategy for rapid provisioning of IT environments. Formulating a big data strategy with analytics is central to deriving value from corporate investments.
This blog is an attempt to share the outcome of Oracle published Research to wider audience. I am planning to work on each of findings in more details in near future.
Oracle surveyed hundreds of IT decision makers to learn about their plans for 2014—both within the Oracle customer base and the industry at large.
The important questions on which this survey was focused are as follows..
Which information management priorities are at the top of the corporate IT agenda? What are the most compelling developments in big data, analytics, mobile computing, data warehousing, and cloud computing that motivate IT leaders to undertake new technology initiatives?
Top 10 Trends for Big Data and Analytics
Respondents provided specific feedback on analytics, big data, and enterprise performance management (EPM) technologies and practices. From this extensive data set we compiled the following trends
Trend 1: Business Users Get Hooked on Mobile Analytics
Trend 2: Analytics Take to the Cloud
Trend 3: Hadoop-Based Data Reservoirs Unite with Data Warehouses
Trend 4: New Skills Bolster Big Data Investments
Trend 5: Big Data Discovery is the Secret to Workforce Success for HCM
Trend 6: Predictive Analytics Lend Fresh Insight into Big Data Strategies
Trend 7: Predictive Analytics Bring New Insight to Old Business Processes
Trend 8: Decision Optimization Technologies Enhance Human Intuition
Trend 9: Business Leaders Embrace Packaged Analytics
Trend 10: New Skills Launch New Horizons of Analysis
In nearly every industry, organizations are challenged to make sense of a growing base of information. Data influences many types of business decisions, motivating IT leaders to deploy intuitive BI tools, to acquire pre-built analytics for LoB applications, and to utilize mobile and cloud models for economy and convenience.
Market leaders gain the upper hand through effective use of technology. They rely on modern software tools to integrate structured and unstructured data, to empower business users with self-service capabilities, to model large data sets, and to make bold predictions based on patterns in the data.
Oracle’s unrivaled portfolio of intuitive business intelligence, best practice analytic applications, advanced analytics, gold-standard data warehouse, and engineered systems provides the flexibility and speed necessary to harness the 2014 trends in mobile, cloud, and big data computing.
Big Data and Analytics Top Ten Trends for 2014
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