Big Data Analytics Conference, 2013: the next frontier in innovation and competition for the large enterprise sector

Whitehall Media, the UK’s market-leading business-to-business multi-platform media group is delighted to announce the launch of another big data analytics conference: Big Data Analytics, 2013 – the next frontier in innovation and competition for the large enterprise sector. June’s event proved to be so popular and successful that we’ve decided to run another one. The event will be held at the Hotel Russell, London, on 7 November. The Conference is being sponsored by a number of industry-leading companies like Pentahoo, QuikView, Logi Analytics, Gavurin, Datawatch, Jaspersoft, basho, MuSigma and Streria, and partnered with SNIA and ComputerWeekly.com. The event is already proving to very popular and a large number of big data end-users have already signed up to attend what promises to be yet another prestigious Big Data Conference.

Big Data Analytics 2013 is an event geared towards senior business leaders and large corporations who wish to leverage the opportunities that big data can bring to their business, and technology leaders who approve or recommend analytical systems and solutions that run against large data sets, and are planning an analytical project in the next 12 months.

Big Data is becoming a key way for leading companies to out-perform their peers. At the moment, one in three business leaders frequently make decisions without the information they need, and one in two don’t have access to the information they require to do their jobs effectively. That has significant competitive implications.

The amount of data in our world has been exploding. Companies capture trillions of bytes of information about their customers, suppliers, and operations. The question is what this phenomenon means. Is the proliferation of data simply evidence of an increasingly intrusive world, or can big data play a useful economic role?

Big Data – the facts:

  • There is a 40% projected growth in global data generated every year yet only a 5% growth in global IT Spending.
  • Big data is worth 250 Billion Euros; its potential annual value to UK and Europe’s Public Sector is worth more than the GDP of Greece.
  • Big data has the potential to deliver a 60% potential annual increase in retailers’ operating margins.
  • Over 1.5 million more data-savvy managers needed to take full advantage of big data.

The capability to manage the big data explosion will be the defining factor in UK businesses’ ability to maintain a competitive advantage. In preparing to manage the data, it is essential to think about the critical business processes that will convert the data into knowledge. By doing so, C-level executives will have unprecedented access to a data rich landscape to support or drive future decisions. By adopting the right approach to big data they can gain unique insights into their organisation and their customers, improve efficiencies and ultimately add value to the bottom line.

Data analytics represents a massive opportunity for IT. It has created a perfect storm, driven by affordable IT and the ability to gather information. The onus on IT is to leverage this valuable data.

Why you can’t afford to miss BDA, 2013

Advanced Analytics and big data management are hot topics. And there’s no place better than Big Data Analytics (BDA) to learn what innovations are happening.

BDA will showcase some of the most innovative uses of massively parallel processing (MPP) data warehouses, advanced analytics, and enabling technologies such as MapReduce and cloud computing to provide a competitive edge for data-driven companies. At BDA, 2013, you’ll learn how the convergence of big data with advanced analytics will provide opportunities across industries and government agencies in areas like:

  • Customer analytics: click-stream, segmentation, targeting, and retail market basket analysis
  • Network and graph analytics: Cyber defence, social network intelligence, zero-day attack identification, and disease outbreak
  • Communication analytics: service personalization, call data record (CDR), customer revenue assurance, and caller network analysis

Through expert sessions and case studies, you will take away valuable lessons in how to apply analytics to big data for desired business outcomes by hearing directly from leading-edge organizations that have implemented deep analytics for big data. You will also learn about the latest trends from industry experts, see the latest products from solution providers, and network with peers who are considering new analytical solutions.

At BDA you will gain strategic, expert guidance for using powerful new technologies to find patterns and correlations in data transactions, event streams, and social media. Through case studies and expert presentations, this event will show you how to compete using analytics, and ensure that you take away valuable lessons in how to apply analytics to big data for your desired business outcomes.

Delegates attending Big Data Analytics 2013, will hear directly from cutting-edge organizations that have already successfully implemented deep analytics for big data, learn about the latest trends from industry experts, see the latest products from solution providers, and network with peers who are considering new analytical solutions. If you are interested in attending the largest Big Data Analytics conference of the year, then contact whitehallmedia.co.uk