“Customers are spending a lot of money on infrastructure today,” explains Frank Fillmore, the DB2 Gold Consultant from The Fillmore Group. Your infrastructure is crucial to getting the most out of your data. With IBM z Analytics you’ll have an end to end solution encompassing your analytics and
With more than two hundred million customers in twenty countries, Telefonica de Argentina needed more than an old-fashioned repository as a data warehouse. With IBM PureData System for Analytics, Telefonica was able to gather all the knowledge within the company to create a platform of discovery.
Today's challenge is getting businesses to see data as something more than what's stored and retrieved when needed. By harnessing data, IBM is helping businesses discover new value and make better strategic decisions. With this new approach businesses are open to a world of new possibilities.
“Let’s say there was a magical crystal ball to predict the future,” says John Choi, director of product management and strategy for the IBM Big Data portfolio. “If you could look into that crystal ball, you’d know a lot more about your customers.” That kind of end-to-end predictive analytics
Toyota Financial Services partnered with IBM to gain a competitive edge within its customer service center. With IBM Watson Explorer, service center representatives can quickly and easily access a 360-degree view of the customer on a secure platform.
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With analytics in the cloud, IBM is helping our clients see a new world of possibilities and enabling them to turn those possibilities into realities.
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IBM developer challenges foster collaboration that can have a worldwide impact. Developers bringing together the power of open data, Hadoop and analytics can solve huge world problems, like the current Ebola crisis.
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A common myth is that only large organizations need a data scientist. Bu the fact is, every company of every size in every industry can benefit from better analyzing the data they already have and incorporating new data sources to gain deeper insights. Who helps make this happen? It’s that data
"Most companies are simply not doing enough with their data—leaving them hungry for success.” But, as John Choi, director of product management and strategy for IBM's big data portfolio, explains, that’s exactly what IBM InfoSphere BigInsights for Hadoop wants to change.
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Companies are in a race for growth—to capture new customers, retain those they have, provide a better customer engagement experience and improve business operations. More data, better data, analyzed with in-memory speed, helps you make better decisions faster.
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Dirk deRoos tells us about the cost effectiveness of Hadoop. “One way that“Hadoop is being valuable to a business is in looking at what Hadoop can do that a lot of existing systems can’t do.”
Hadoop can be used as a landing zone to explore data and determine what is of value to send to the