We’re tremendously excited that Ventana Research is launching a new benchmark research on Big Data Integration. As it becomes clearer to the market that Big Data has huge potential to deliver business value, identifying the right tools & technologies to manage it in the context of specific organizational goals is crucial. The new research aims to take a step forward in this realm, as it promises to take a hard look at current and planned Big Data deployments, honing in on the solutions for accessing and transforming Big Data in a variety of different technical architectures and business use cases. It should provide great insight into ways that organizations can “unlock” Big Data’s potential. See the press release here - Ventana Research Launches Big Data Integration Benchmark Research
For further context, we recommend reading a recent blog post from Ventana’s VP & Research Director, Tony Consentino titled, Big Data and Analytics Helps Business Transform and Gain Competitive Advantage. Consentino highlights the broad applicability of Big Data solutions across industries to empower organizations in the face of accelerating changes in markets, operations, & customer preferences. The blog also cites staffing and training as the two biggest challenges to Big Data analytics, which underlines the importance of the new benchmark research in helping businesses identify which integration approaches will help accelerate time to value through usability by the broadest base of team members.
If you are interested in learning more about or participating in this benchmark research visit ventanaresearch.com/BigDataIntegration. There are several incentives for qualified research participants such as a $5 Amazon.com gift certificate and a complementary report valued at $995 as well as access to a free educational webinar on best practices from the benchmark research.
Finally, the Ventana Research Innovation Summit is next week, November 11-12 in Chicago. Let us know if you will be attending as we would love to meet-up!
Ben Hopkins Product Marketing