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How to Effectively Realize Data

How to Effectively Realize Data

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Organizations are inundated with data – terabytes and petabytes of it. Data pours in
from every conceivable direction: from operational and transactional systems, from
scanning and facilities management systems, from inbound and outbound customer
contact points, from mobile media and the Web. It is structured and unstructured; it is
messy and overwhelming; it flows at greater speed than ever.
The optimist’s vision for this tidal wave of data is that organizations will be able to harvest
and harness every relevant byte of it to make supremely informed decisions.
However, traditional architectures and infrastructures are not up to the challenge. IT
teams are burdened with ever-growing requests for data, ad hoc analyses and oneoff
reports. Decision makers become frustrated because it takes hours or days to
get answers to questions, if at all. More users are expecting self-service access to
information in a form they can easily understand and share with others.
Organizations are inundated with data – terabytes and petabytes of it. Data pours in
from every conceivable direction: from operational and transactional systems, from
scanning and facilities management systems, from inbound and outbound customer
contact points, from mobile media and the Web. It is structured and unstructured; it is
messy and overwhelming; it flows at greater speed than ever.
The optimist’s vision for this tidal wave of data is that organizations will be able to harvest
and harness every relevant byte of it to make supremely informed decisions.
However, traditional architectures and infrastructures are not up to the challenge. IT
teams are burdened with ever-growing requests for data, ad hoc analyses and oneoff
reports. Decision makers become frustrated because it takes hours or days to
get answers to questions, if at all. More users are expecting self-service access to
information in a form they can easily understand and share with others.

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CONCLUSIONS PAPER
How to Effectively Realize Data Visualization
Gaining Insights from Your Data Faster than Ever and Sharing the Insights with Others
Featuring:
Justin Choy,Global Product Management, Business Intelligence,SASJennifer Marchi,Global Product Marketing, Business Intelligence,SAS
Insights from a Webinar in the Applying Business Analytics Webinar Series
 
SAS Conclusions Paper
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How to Effectively Realize Data Visualization
Quickly Visualize Big Data Analysis on the iPad
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Organizations are inundated with data – terabytes and petabytes o it Data pours inrom every conceivable direction: rom operational and transactional systems, romscanning and acilities management systems, rom inbound and outbound customercontact points, rom mobile media and the Web It is structured and unstructured; it ismessy and overwhelming; it ows at greater speed than ever The optimist’s vision or this tidal wave o data is that organizations will be able to harvestand harness every relevant byte o it to make supremely inormed decisionsHowever, traditional architectures and inrastructures are not up to the challenge IT teams are burdened with ever-growing requests or data, ad hoc analyses and one-o reports Decision makers become rustrated because it takes hours or days toget answers to questions, i at all More users are expecting sel-service access toinormation in a orm they can easily understand and share with others“Many challenges arise when working with this much data,” said Justin Choy, GlobalProduct Manager or Business Intelligence Solutions at SAS Choy joined JennierMarchi o SAS Business Intelligence Product Marketing or a webinar in the SAS Applying Business Analytics Series “One problem is that it takes a long time toaggregate all that data To get around this problem, IT has to create summaries o thedata, or a cube with predefned hierarchies or better perormance”“Once you have a summary or a cube o the data, you can look at it more quickly,” saidMarchi “But what happens when you realize you need to look at the data in a dierentway than the summary or cube provides? You would typically have to turn to a dataadministrator or someone else in IT, and request another view o the data In mostorganizations, accessing this new view will take some time, sometimes even a day,which, in turn, delays your analysis” Another problem is that some business questions are best answered by using allavailable and relevant data, which might be too much data to process within thedecision windowHere is where high-perormance computing and data visualization techniques come in“Data visualization is shaking up the world o analytics, changing the way you work withdata,” said Marchi “You’ll fnd insights rom your data aster than ever and be able toshare those insights with others”
Learn More
 View the on-demand recordingo this webinar:
Other events in the ApplyingBusiness Analytics Webinar Series:
For more about SAS
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Visual Analytics:
To see a video demo oSAS
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Visual Analytics:
Related white papers:
 
Big Data: Harnessing aGame-Changing Asset
In-Memory Analysis: DeliveringInsights at the Speed o Thought
High-Perormance AnalyticsInsights: Big Data, BiggerOpportunities

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