As the Big Data market evolves and the solutions emerge, a vast array of Big Data technology and services vendors are positioning themselves for leadership. A large number of venture backed startups are battling against established BI and enterprise software providers. Who is likely to win?
The firm shall be announcing the launch of a new service - the BigInsights Big Data Vendor Landscape Study - at the Big Data event, DataCon 2013 to be held in Sydney on October 10. DataCon is part of the CeBIT global conference with focus on the emerging field of Big Data. BigInsights is also the Research Partner of DataCon 2013.
The BigInsights Big Data Vendor Landscape Study aims to help enterprises understand and choose from the ever-expanding choice of software and services vendors now competing in the Big Data marketplace.
Founder and CEO of BigInsights Raj Dalal will share the inaugural part of the research with the DataCon 2013 audience on October 10 as part of a talk titled: Big Data Vendor Landscape: The Battle for MindShare and Marketshare.
“The BigInsights Study will provide a high level positioning of the major vendors in the battling IT out for hearts, minds and wallet share in the hottest segment in IT industry and that is what my address to the audiences at DataCon 2013 will be all about,” revealed Raj.
Last month, BigInsights (http://www.biginsights.co) had also announced the inaugural BigData & BI Excellence Awards specifically focused on recognising teams & end user organisations that were doing groundbreaking work to deliver business outcomes using Big Data and BI technologies & techniques.
About CeBIT Australia: It is the largest annual business event in Australasia. The CeBIT brand is synonymous with business technology excellence. CeBIT Australia is produced by Deutsche Messe Worldwide, the global event company.
About DataCon: CeBIT Australia is always at the leading edge of innovation, and DataCon 2013 is the latest evolution of its Big Data event series. As Big Data becomes simply Data and the norm, DataCon has been launched to take forward this change.