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The demand for data has never been greater. The expectations are even grander. On the other hand, what the business wants has never been more ambiguous.

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Comments (1)
I Totally agree to Michele, but 2 important reasons why we are not there yet is: 1. As, Data transition to business utilization is more of bespoke in nature than exclusive product - the ownership and ideas lie with buyer; in my experience I have not seen many business-users sharing the knowledge to the vendors/sellers. 2. Buyer focus is more on solution-as-a-system rather solution-as-a-business because of the cost involved; in other words, buyers do not like to spend money/believe in system vendors.
Posted by Anil G | Thursday, May 15 2014 at 5:39AM ET
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