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Organizations are collecting increasing amounts of disparate data, sometimes more than they are able to handle. They realize, however, that analyzing this data can provide competitive advantage. Big data continues to be an active area of interest for many organizations across various industries, but numerous questions still exist regarding big data initiatives. How mature are these programs? How far have the companies advanced in their big data initiatives? What does it take to succeed? Big data maturity is an evolution of an organization to integrate, manage and leverage all relevant internal and external data sources. Itís a journey that involves technology, processes and - very importantly - people.

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Comments (1)
Data management is as important as data governance. A mature data model involves not just building on enough gathered information, knowing your organization vision and analytic purposes - but you also need IT and C-level management to see the same purpose, budget and infrastructural goals. Knowing to distill the best of your data is critical - More at http://goo.gl/UtIJ9g
Posted by Eamon W | Saturday, August 09 2014 at 1:26PM ET
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