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Gregory Thompson's Blog Posts Tagged 'Big' (3)

In Defence of Small Data

There has been enough buzz about Big Data over the past year or two to create a very big data file.  It seems that if you do not have a strategy around big data, mining ecommerce and social media sites for new insights into your customers, using new data management software tools like Hadoop, you are at a serious disadvantage to your competitors who are all jumping on the big data bandwagon.

 

And - there is merit to this line of thought for some companies.  The increase in the…

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Added by Gregory Thompson on September 28, 2015 at 10:00am — 3 Comments

The Data Analytics Landscape - A Crystal Ball

It wasn’t so long ago that the universe of data analytics companies was much easier to describe.  In the year 2000 there were some clearly defined categories of companies that were all engaged in some part of the data and analytics world, although data analytics was not really recognized as a discrete sector at the time.  Companies typically fit into a specific industry category, such as software (Oracle, Siebel, Epiphany), consulting (Accenture, Bain), data (credit bureaus, IMS, IRI); or a…

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Added by Gregory Thompson on September 21, 2015 at 7:35am — No Comments

How many analytics companies are there?

I set out a structure for the data analytics industry in a previous post.  This framework attempted to define a framework by which companies can be categorized and evaluated.  The framework defined a group of four sectors with a number of segments within each of those sectors.  On the one hand there is a group of global leaders that provide a comprehensive suite of analytics software and services to all-comers as well as a group of companies that have deep expertise and offerings focused on…

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Added by Gregory Thompson on September 21, 2015 at 7:30am — 2 Comments

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