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The Big Picture for Big Data

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Several weeks ago, Information Management had the opportunity to sit down for a wide-ranging discussion with Dr. Rob Walker, vice president of decision management at Pegasystems, the Cambridge, MA-based provider of BPM and CRM solutions. Walker, who holds a PhD in computer science and began his career pioneering predictive analytics at Capgemini in the 1980s, shared his perspectives on the growth of big data and the challenges faced by companies as they struggle to derive real business value from the multitude of data management technologies that ‘big data’ represents.

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Comments (1)
As Banks followed Telco, what happens with Financial services integration. such as the Citi/Travelers, and the one view of the Customer and view of the services they need.

Does it go to who owns the DATA (customer) and the willingness to share for the good of the company, or for the Q bonus of the Managers.

I too believe that DATA is huge and that in most cases it is TOP down selling and C level buy in to get it done. And for the sake of getting it done who are the current or new employees that can get it done.

Since we are still in a Relatively flat hiring market, from a Recruiter Perspective we need a hiring boom to create a rising salary structure to find and hire the best, and not be stagnated by a Flat Salary profile of the 5 year experienced professional in Big Data, whether they area at IBM, Accenture, Pegasystems, Oracle, Citi, Amazon.

just my two cents and good article

Posted by Charles R | Friday, December 27 2013 at 11:49AM ET
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