Analytics was one of the fastest growing technology trends last year and the momentum is likely to continue in 2016 as well. According to a recent IDC study, the Big Data technology and services market is expected to grow at a 26.4% compound annual growth rate to $41.5 billion through 2018. This means that Big Data will see about six times the growth rate of the overall information technology market. This impressive growth will mean that big data is set to become ubiquitous, moving squarely into the mainstream of business decision-making worldwide.

 

As companies wake up to the immense potential of big data and analytics, the technology itself is evolving rapidly. Today, data is generated across various platforms including social media, app stores and other forums. This data is a treasure trove of information that can be analyzed to predict trends, understand customers, improve service and decision making and better engage with customers. With the integration of natural language queries with Business Intelligence applications, business users can generate sophisticated reports on their own without any intervention from the BI team. 
 

As a technology leader, Microsoft provides a complete set of services for data analytics from data processing up to visualization. Its offerings help customers drive business value by enabling consistent and insightful decision support across the entire organization. With Microsoft BI and analytics solutions, customers can seamlessly integrate enterprise and cloud data to facilitate interactive data analysis, reporting and data visualization.
 

Join us on the Webinar, “Analytics Led Transformation-powered by Microsoft Azure”, which is a joint initiative between Microsoft and HARMAN on Jan 28th, 2016, 11:00 AM - 12:00 Noon GMT, to understand:
 

  • The immense capabilities offered by Power BI and Azure Analytics suite 

  • Various use cases and success stories across IoT, credit scoring, fraud detection, weather forecasting, target advertising, and churn prediction and much more! 

  • How Microsoft’s Azure supports ingestion of data from multiple sources, systems and services and helps you navigate effortlessly through massive amounts of unstructured or semi-structured data in real-time, draw future recommendations and interact with visualizations.

 

The webinar will be presented by Anand Krishnan, VP, Big Data and Analytics, at HARMAN Connected Services. Anand has over 15+ years of extensive experience in Information technology, data and analytics.