If the analytics team wrestles with getting access to data, how timely are the insights?
To address the question…Global CIO are shifting their strategy — “need to build data-as-a-service offering for my data” to enable the analytics users in the organization. The more advanced CIOs are asking – “how should I build data science capabilities as a shared foundation service?”
The CIO challenge is not trivial. Successful organizations today operate within application and data eco-systems which extend across front-to-back functions (sales & marketing all the way to fulfillment and service) and well beyond their own boundaries. They must connect digitally to their suppliers, partners, distributors, resellers, regulators and customers. Each of these have their “data fabrics” and applications which were never designed to connect, so with all the data-as-a-service and big data rhetoric, the application development community being asked to “work magic” in bringing them together.
Underutilization and the…
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