40 years of conventional analytic is being overturned, with in-memory technology that allows analytic and operational processing on the same system.
Perhaps surprisingly, baking companies and computers have a long history of working together. The very first business application ever was “bakery valuations” in 1951, and now pioneers like Turkish baker UNO are taking things to the next level with in-memory technology.
Americans will spend around $3.4 billion buying over 25M Christmas trees this year. How can analytics help?
Forget about “business intelligence” vs “business analytics”: newcomer “big data” seems to be winning the war of the words…
Famously cold-hearted, tight-fisted and greedy, it’s a fair bet Scrooge didn’t care much about sentiment analysis. But it is one of the most powerful new “big data” options available today.
Could Ebenezer Scrooge be on your board, comfortable with lagging income statement and balance sheet measures, or are you taking advantage of the latest advances in big data to sense changes to your business environment in real time?
SAP’s Steve Lucas and Timo Elliott discuss what Big Data is, why you should care, and unveil SAP’s Big Data Processing Framework
Interview with Jorge Garcia of TEC on BI past, present, and future.