Free BARC Survey
Advanced analytics has come a long way in recent years since the hype around big data ignited. Since then, a considerable number of companies have prototyped analytics solutions and sought to operationalize them with varying degrees of success. Find out how to fully exploit the potential of advanced analytics.
“BARC surveys give me a practical overview of what’s out there in the market and what you don’t normally hear about data, BI and analytics in your day-to-day life”.
Pietro Grammatico, Director Service Management BI, Vorwerk
Advanced analytics has come a long way in recent years since the hype around big data ignited. Since then, a considerable number of companies have prototyped analytics solutions and sought to operationalize them with varying degrees of success.
Besides data scientists, user groups such as business analysts are now exploring the potential of advanced analytics. Processes to explore data and operationalize analytics are being consolidated and tools are increasingly addressing the needs of these different user groups and processes, and even automating data analysis.
“The Future of Analytics” provides insights into the current state of advanced analytics and seeks to shed light on its potential future development to inform your decisions.
It is based on a worldwide online survey of 317 companies of varying sizes across a range of industries.
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