Gartner BI Summit Recap

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Gartner BI Summit Recap

  1. 1. GartnerBI Summit Recap [March 2013] WWW.SISENSE.COM
  2. 2. Gartner BI Summit Stats• Few companies use predictive (13%) or prescriptive (3%) Analytics.• 75% of current data warehouses will not scale to meet the new velocity and complexity of data demands• There will be a 48% growth rate in digital content• 86% of companies cannot deliver the right information at the right time• 70% of the Most Profitable Companies Will Manage Their Business Processes Using Real-Time Predictive Analytics or Extreme Collaboration WWW.SISENSE.COM
  3. 3. Nate Silver Nuggets• DON’T mistake a bug or anomaly for an opportunity. – Now, with more and more data available, businesses are given more “opportunity to cherry pick the results they want to see.”• “Think probabilistically” – Expect numbers to guide but not universally solve all lingering business questions. WWW.SISENSE.COM
  4. 4. IT Struggles with Big Data• 79% of businesses with 501 to 1000 employees say their IT departments view big data as a "significant challenge," versus just 55% of organizations with more than 3,000 workers.• One-third of IT managers, faced with have to attend to daily short-term challenges, struggle with long-term strategic planning related to big data and other forward-looking technical matters. WWW.SISENSE.COM
  5. 5. More Bad News…• 7% of European organizations today see big data as a priority, but more than 62% believe big data will become a priority within three years.• 25% of large European organizations have developed a business plan for big data; however, more than 80% of them have either "explored" big data or plan to do so.• 55% of respondents named analytics as one of their biggest big data-related concerns, followed by storage (53%) and network performance (48%). WWW.SISENSE.COM
  6. 6. Data Scientists ?! By 2015, Big Data demand will reach 4.4 million jobs globally, but only one-third of those jobs will be filled. 72% of respondents plan to increase their spending in analytics this year (…). However, 60% actually said they dont have the skills required to effectively use analytics. Gartner, 2012-2013 53% of big data-focused companies say analytics experts will be tough to find for the next two years. InformationWeek, 2012 WWW.SISENSE.COM Sources
  7. 7. Data ScientistsAre You Making Enough? Click Next WWW.SISENSE.COM
  8. 8. FULL ANALYSIS @ HTTP://BIT.LY/DATASALARY WWW.SISENSE.COM
  9. 9. More @www.sisense.com WWW.SISENSE.COM

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