Fast Data: Using Stream Processing to visualise consumer activity in real-time
10 Oct 2019
Big Data and Analytics Keynote Theatre
Actionable Analytics ,
Big Data & Analytics
The idea of using visual aids to analyze data goes back to the 17th century, when Rene Descartes, invented his method for representing quantitative data in relation to two-dimensional coordinate scales - what we now call a Cartesian plane. Using pictures to represent numbers has now become commonplace. With the amount of data continually growing, it's critical for organizations to analyze, understand, and interact with data regardless of structure, volume or frequency. Being able to see exactly what is happening, as it happens and to know precisely how your business is performing is crucial. Combining historical data with data in motion has previously been a major challenge for organisations, leaving a gap in their understanding of their customers and their ability to respond quickly with the right actions. Join us as we look at key approaches for connecting preparing, predicting and visualizing Big Fast Data to deliver wins for your business and your customers.
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