by Andrew White | May 24, 2017 | Comments Off on Cool Vendors in Data and Analytics 2017
Data and analytics leaders struggle to leverage data to drive innovation and govern their information assets effectively. New approaches suggest disruptive efforts to drive both innovation and effective governance will change the economics and complexity of innovation.
Organizations with data science ambitions need to optimize scarce data science talent and engage innovative technologies and techniques. Four innovative vendors can help data and analytics leaders bring the full data science and machine-learning spectrum to their organizations.
The Cool Vendors in this note let business users find and explain insights automatically, build analytics models and uncover relationships in unstructured data. Data and analytics leaders modernizing BI and analytics should consider them to benefit from data science without data scientists.
Artificial intelligence core technologies are ready for experimentation. Now is the time for data and analytics leaders, who want to be in the vanguard of AI in their industries and domains, to begin AI initiatives, deliver immediate value from them and make bigger plans for analytics modernization.
Digital business is driving innovation in data management through effective access to and processing of data. Unified data access, multimodel DBMS approaches, metadata management techniques and real-time data integration top the list of innovations for CIOs and data and analytics leaders.
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