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Global Big Data Analytics Market

  • June 2014
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  • Frost & Sullivan
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  • 157 pages

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The Necessary Ingredient to Survive in a Hyper-connected Business Environment

Frost & Sullivan classifies all analytics solutions into 2 broad segments, namely data discovery and visualization (DDV) and advanced analytics (AA). The study discusses the segment architectures, end users, and major components. The regional forecast spans North America and Latin America; Europe, the Middle East, and Africa; and Asia-Pacific markets. The research service ranks and explains market drivers and restraints. It also provides forecasts for revenue and unit shipments. The service outlines current distribution channels in addition to forecasting and analysis of market demand. The base year is 2013 and the study period is from 2013 to 2020.

Executive Summary

-Exponential data growth fueled by connected devices and end points that make up the Internet of Things has compelled organizations to revisit their ability to use Big Data to make more intelligent, real-time decisions. Considering the hyper-competitive business environment, this critical need has given rise to a new breed of analytics solutions focused on prediction, data visualization, and dynamic decision making.
-This study is based on an in-depth global analysis of Big Data analytics solutions and broadly divides the solutions into 2 major categories: 1. data discovery and visualization (DDV) and 2. advanced analytics (AA).
-Interest in DDV solutions has intensified as companies identify the need to analyze massive volumes of data flowing into their systems from disparate sources. Those DDV vendors that address the need to effectively integrate data, with an intuitive user interface that allows users to visualize real-time insights, will see market success.
-Though still nascent, AA solutions will gain momentum from 2015 onwards. At a starting price tag of more than $ , it is still a rich man’s market, as AA solution vendors expect the value proposition of predictive analytics to prevent price erosion over the forecast period (2014–2020).
-Exponential data growth fueled by connected devices and end points that make up the Internet of Things has compelled organizations to revisit their ability to use Big Data to make more intelligent, real-time decisions. Considering the hyper-competitive business environment, this critical need has given rise to a new breed of analytics solutions focused on prediction, data visualization, and dynamic decision making.
-This study is based on an in-depth global analysis of Big Data analytics solutions and broadly divides the solutions into 2 major categories: 1. data discovery and visualization (DDV) and 2. advanced analytics (AA).
-Interest in DDV solutions has intensified as companies identify the need to analyze massive volumes of data flowing into their systems from disparate sources. Those DDV vendors that address the need to effectively integrate data, with an intuitive user interface that allows users to visualize real-time insights, will see market success.
-Though still nascent, AA solutions will gain momentum from 2015 onwards. At a starting price tag of more than $ , it is still a rich man’s market, as AA solution vendors expect the value proposition of predictive analytics to prevent price erosion over the forecast period (2014–2020).

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