Big Data Leads to Big Opportunities
Big data unlocks hidden opportunities and insights, but realizing that potential poses significant challenges for many organizations.
The volume of data filling public and private servers and moving across the Internet has reached an unprecedented level, and information continues to multiply at an astonishing rate. The size of the digital universe—which industry analyst firm IDC defines as “a measure of all the digital data created, replicated and consumed in a single year“—now doubles about every two years.* As a result, many organizations are rethinking their traditional approach to storing, managing and analyzing data.
Yet only a small fraction of the digital universe has been explored for analytic value. IDC estimates that by 2020, as much as 33% of the digital universe will contain information that might be valuable if analyzed.
How Mindtree helps clients leverage big data
At Mindtree, we combine our technological expertise, tools and processes to help our clients derive valuable insights from the mountains of disparate data they collect every day. Our specialists have pioneered big-data solutions for leading organizations around the world, and offer complete services that enable our clients to harness the power of their data to make better business decisions. By processing big data in real time, companies can engage powerful analytic strategies to take advantage of market shifts and stay ahead of their competitors.
Mindtree helps clients turn big data into positive business outcomes by delivering information management, business intelligence and analytic solutions under one umbrella. Our global enterprise clients rely on our big-data services to reduce costs, increase efficiency and create new revenue streams.
At Mindtree, we design our data and analytics strategies to deliver crucial business insights and information to the right people at the right time in the right places.
* “The Digital Universe in 2020: Big Data, Bigger Digital Shadows, and
Biggest Growth in the Far East,” IDC, December 2012