Spotlight on Oracle: Data Preparation, IT Resilience Orchestration Automation and POS Apps for tier-1 Multichannel Retailers
by Andrew White | December 15, 2017 | Comments Off on Spotlight on Oracle: Data Preparation, IT Resilience Orchestration Automation and POS Apps for tier-1 Multichannel Retailers
Ehtisham Zaidi and colleagues just published the Market Guide for Data Preparation.
Data preparation — the most time-consuming task in analytics and BI — is evolving from a self-service activity to an enterprise imperative. We profile 28 data preparation tools for data and analytics leaders to consider to accelerate agile data preparation for a range of distributed content authors.
John Morency just published the Market Guide for IT Resilience Orchestration Automation.
ITRO is integral to DRaaS, although it can also support self-service recovery using IaaS. Its scope also extends to IT resilience assurance. IT infrastructure and operations leaders should use this research to identify products that can improve recovery effectiveness, while reducing recovery cost.
Joanne Joliet and Miriam Burt just published the Market Guide for Digital-Business-Ready POS Applications for Tier 1 Multichannel Retailers.
Customer expectations of a consistent brand experience are making conventional POS solutions obsolete. To deliver a unified retail commerce experience across the ecosystem, CIOs of Tier 1 multichannel retailers should turn their focus to digital-business-ready point of sale solutions.
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