Victory Index Report for Text Analytics
Hurwitz & Associates Announces Results of Its Victory Index for Text Analytics
Report Serves as a Market Research Assessment Tool Featuring Vendor Reviews and Critical Industry Trends
BOSTON, MA-- (January, 2013) - Hurwitz & Associates today announced the findings of its Victory Index report for Text Analytics. Designed as a market research assessment tool, the Victory Index highlights both the diverse uses for text analytics technology such as understanding the voice of the customer, risk analysis and identifying fraud, and the vendors who make those applications possible. The Text Analytics study examines the most critical trends for end users to consider and analyzes 10 vendor offerings in the market across four key dimensions: Vision, Viability, Validity and Value.
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The Emergence of Big and Fast Data
Data Management in Transition: Where Are We Heading With Big and Fast Data?
Judith Hurwitz, President & CEO
Dr. Fern Halper, Partner
A confluence of factors has converged to create one of the most important trends in data anagement – the emergence of Big and Fast Data. These factors include advances in computing technology, the decrease in computer memory prices, the maturation of the Internet, more advanced analytical tools, virtualization, and the cloud. At the same time, business requires immense quantities of data to ptimize customer outcomes. This data is being created across all customer channels, including the web, mobile devices, and through in person interactions with customers.
Download the report: Data Management in Transition: Where Are We Heading With Big and Fast Data?
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