Companies may lose out some business if they are not using big data tools and techniques. With the availability of big data technologies, you can analyze your business processes more effectively and gain valuable insights easily. You can combine structured data and unstructured information to make decisions wisely.
Mind OnDemand provides the technical resources, time tested tools, and project execution capabilities for your big data projects. Our partnership services enable you to understand the opportunities thrown in by big data in your business environment and how to capitalize on such benefits. We guide you through the discovery and planning phase and also assist in the selection of available technologies. Once the projects are in progress, we help you monitor the execution and derive the results of your expectations.
Mind OnDemand maintains a center of excellence from where you can access the best technical professionals, tie them up for your projects, and even recruit them full time on your payrolls.
We work on a wide range of technologies suitable for both large and small companies. We also provide the opportunity to create competencies by using the build-operate-transfer mechanism. We act as an offshore partner, where our teams are an extended part of your teams and keep 24x7 development a reality to achieve speed to market.
Gartner Key Findings
• Big data is becoming the new norm as organizations extend the scope of enterprise information management (IM) beyond structured data to address the challenges of the volume, variety and velocity of information.
• Immature big data offerings continue to proliferate, generating much hype and confusion.
• Because big data adoption is still in its early stages, best practices are only just emerging.
Information management leaders must:
• Build a big data strategy tied to use cases, business goals and outcomes, and adapt IM strategies accordingly.
• Cut through the hype and confusion by basing big data experiments on identified use cases that reveal the real challenges and benefits.
• Evaluate the gaps in current information infrastructures and plan to evolve the organization's architecture, skills and practice accordingly.
• Accept the need to develop a new approach, as very few best practices exist.