Whether you think your company's analytics initiative is at the head of the class or struggling to catch up to the competition, you'll want to learn what Blue Hill Research discovered in its survey of enterprise analytics professionals. You might be surprised to learn that your use of analytics isn't quite as advanced as you think, or maybe that you aren't so far behind the state of the art.
Blue Hill's James Haight will be our guest on September 24, sharing some of what he learned in the consulting firm's recent survey looking at which advanced tools and techniques big data analytics teams are using, which types of applications they are investing in, and what their typical workday looks like.
In this online interview you will learn:
- About where organizations are finding success with analytics and where they will be implementing analytics over the next two years
- About how they are using and plan to use Hadoop
- How some organizations are finding efficiency in data collection and preparation
Join A2 and James Haight at 2 pm (EDT) on Thursday, September 24 to learn more about the state of the analytics in the enterprise.
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