Big Data represents one of the largest industry movers we’ve experienced in the past decade.
Sterling, VA (PRWEB) September 04, 2013
Current Analysis, the market leader in continuous, tactical competitive intelligence for the telecommunications and information technology markets, announced today the expansion of their enterprise data and analytics research and analysis. Current Analysis has revamped and broadened its coverage surrounding the burgeoning enterprise market commonly referred to as “Big Data.”
“Alongside the cloud and mobility markets, Big Data represents one of the largest industry movers we’ve experienced in the past decade,” commented Jerry Caron, Senior Vice President, Analysis at Current Analysis. “It is critical for organizations to understand how advancements in the analytics market impact them. To that end, we will provide insights and advice on a wide array of technologies including databases, application platforms, data visualization tools, data management products, and many, many more.”
Content will span the complete enterprise data and analytics lifecycle, including data capture, development of data platforms, safety and management of data, and the discovery and application of insights derived from that data. Some key components of the service include:
- Trend Watch market assessment, featuring highlights and monitoring of key market opportunities
- Company and solution assessments on all major, tier-one vendors, covering a wide array of market sub-segments
- Direct inquiry access to analysts, including:
- Brad Shimmin, Research Director, Enterprise Social Data and Analytics; Data and Analytics Insight and Discovery
- Paula Musich, Principal Analyst, Data Security and Governance
- Ken Landoline, Principal Analyst, Customer Data and Analytics
- Charlotte Dunlap, Senior Analyst, Data and Analytics Platforms
- Mike Fratto, Senior Analyst, Data Acquisition, Marshaling and Performance
This expanded coverage will also bring more depth, with a focus upon several impactful market opportunities wherein enterprise data and analytics plays an important role, including fraud detection, IT resource analysis, employee retention, and customer engagement optimization.
“With the introduction of non-relational databases that are capable of handling a wide array of data types and the advent of more cost effective hardware/software, the benefits of Big Data are now within reach of many organizations,” commented Brad Shimmin, Research Director Business Technology and Software at Current Analysis. “Navigating this sea of information requires a holistic view that covers the entire lifecycle of enterprise data.”
To learn more about these additional Big Data solutions, please visit http://www.currentanalysis.com/bigdata/.
About Current Analysis
Current Analysis (http://www.currentanalysis.com) is the only provider of continuous, in-depth tactical competitive intelligence, analysis, and advice. The company has been helping leading telecommunications, information technology, and business software companies improve their competitive intelligence, differentiate themselves in the market, and win more business. For more than 15 years, sales teams, product managers, marketing professionals, and executives have relied on Current Analysis as a trusted partner to improve their ability to anticipate and quickly take action on market opportunities and competitive threats. The company serves more than 35,000 professionals at over 1,400 global enterprises.