The hype surrounding Big Data, which showed no signs of abating in 2012, now has big dollars backing it up. Factory revenue generated by the sale of Big Data-related hardware, software and services took a major step forward in 2012, growing by 59% over 2011(a). The total Big Data market reached $11.59 billion in 2012, ahead of Wikibon�s 2011 forecast. The Big Data market is projected to reach $18.1 billion in 2013, an annual growth of 61%. This puts it on pace to exceed $47 billion by 2017. That translates to a 31% compound annual growth rate over the five year period 2012-2017.
In a recent survey, 46% of Big Data practitioners report that they have only realized partial value from their Big Data deployments. An unfortunate 2% declared their Big Data deployments total failures, with no value achieved.
The three compelling reasons for this struggle to achieve maximum business value form Big Data are:
� A lack of skilled Big Data practitioners.
� �Raw� and relatively immature technology.
� A lack of compelling business use case.
Providing effective business analytics tools and technologies to the enterprise is a top priority of CIOs and for good reason. Effective business analytics � from basic reporting to advanced data mining and predictive analytics � allows data analysts and business users alike to extract insights from corporate data that, when translated into action, deliver higher levels of efficiency and profitability to the enterprise.
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Big Data Training for 5 days at Bangalore on 14th - 18th December 2013