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Big data is shaking up the foundations of business—forcing business leaders to rethink the way they make decisions. Learn IT strategies and best practices that can open the door to discoveries that will transform your business.
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Big data generates big buzz but doesn't always generate big business value. Some organizations have profited from it, and this is your chance to learn from their experience. In this webcast you'll hear about the kind of problems that people are solving today with big data, the kind of results they're getting and best practices that will help you accelerate the time to value from your big data project.
The Internet of Things promises a deluge of new device driven data. But what matters most is how you can take that data and quickly turn it into business insights for the enterprise. Join Hitachi Consulting, Oracle and SQLstream as we cover the vision, use cases, success stories and best practices so you can set a plan to maximize value from the Internet of Things.
Ronnie Beggs VP, Marketing, SQLstream
Harish Gaur Director of Product Management, Oracle
Kevin Parker Vice President, Hitachi Consulting
High-volume, high-speed front-line decisions must increasingly be made in real-time with big data and analytics that are actionable and operational. Come to this webcast to hear James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, discuss his latest research on why real-time responses must detect, analyze and act with greater automation.
James Taylor CEO and a Principal Consultant of Decision Management Solutions and Author
Pete Schutt Senior Director in Product Marketing, Business Analytics, Oracle
NoSQL databases are becoming part of the enterprise developer's big data toolkit. Join Andy Mendelsohn, Executive Vice President - Oracle Database Server Technologies, and Paul Sonderegger, Big Data Strategist - Oracle, to learn about the role of NoSQL in the enterprise, how it complements the relational database, and why you should be looking at Oracle NoSQL Database for your next project.
Andrew Mendelsohn Executive Vice President , Oracle Database Server Technologies, Oracle
Big Data is a massive opportunity for companies to create new products, services and ways of working. But most large organizations hear the hype and worry they'll have to reinvent the analytical wheel. Fortunately, there's a better way. To make big data useful in the enterprise, companies must complement existing relational analytical technologies with new non-relational ones, and make these two worlds work together. Come to this webcast to hear Dan Vesset, Vice President at IDC discuss the latest research on this new approach to big data in the enterprise and how to make it work for you.
With 340,000 active parts in service across millions of vehicles worldwide, Delphi faced a challenge in responding to claims within 30 days or suffer a financial penalty. In addition to the high volumes of big data, variety was a problem: each and every claim needed unique analysis, and the transformation of a new source of data. Join us to hear how Delphi got ahead of performance.
Gregory Sumpter Data Systems Strategist, Delphi Automotive Systems
Simple online transactions are now being analyzed and leveraged to create personalized customer experiences. In fact, today’s online customers demand personalization. However, slow response times can be lethal to your business, and you don’t want to find your web applications lagging behind customer expectations.
Join us for this webcast in association with Intel® for the chance to:
Find out what you need to take a dynamic approach to big data management
Learn how NoSQL technology facilitates a fast, scalable approach to personalization
Hear from Passoker on how they built their online gaming platform, using Oracle NoSQL Database
Oracle recently commissioned the Economist Intelligence Unit to investigate how successful companies use big data to transform customer experience, generate growth, and create competitive advantage.
Join us for an Oracle webcast in association with Intel® to hear about the research and learn how top-performing organizations, including Dell Inc.’s Global Demand and CRM Center, are harnessing big data to understand their customers and their business.
You’ll find out how Dell leaders are:
Focusing on data-driven approaches to meet business objectives
Fostering a culture of analytics through leadership and collaboration
Innovating customer interactions, marketing, and sales through automation
Cynthia Gumbert Global Director of CRM, Dell Inc.
Riva Richmond Editor, Management Thinking, Economist Intelligence Unit