Catch Greyhound Research as a knowledge partner in association with Information Week Big Data Analytics Summit

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What is the event all about?

Big Data has been the buzzword in the technology space for quite some time now, with analysts and service providers discussing numerous benefits that can be derived by crunching the huge data sets available. With increase in Big Data awareness levels, Indian enterprises are also realizing the potential of Big Data analytics and are looking to unlock the business value from their data.A joint study by NASSCOM and CRISIL Global Research & Analytics suggests that by 2015, Big Data is expected to become a USD 25 billion industry. The report estimates that the Indian Big Data industry will grow from USD 200 million in 2012 to USD 1 billion in 2015 at a CAGR in excess of 83 percent. While the domestic market is still nascent, the potential for Big Data is huge.

At present, over 40 percent of Indian organizations (across verticals like BFSI, Media and Entertainment, Telecommunications, and Government) have more than 100 TB data. 1/3rd of Indian organizations indicated more than 60 percent year-on-year data growth and more than 1/3rd of Indian enterprises mostly have unstructured data. (Source: NetApp commissioned IDC study Here Comes Big Data: Perspectives from Indian Enterprises)

Big data is emerging as big priority; 4 in 5 IT managers in India (83 percent) agree that Big Data will be a strategic priority for their companies in 2013 and over the next five years as well compared to 68 percent globally.

69 percent of IT Managers surveyed in India predict Big Data will increase budgets over the next three years. (Source: Cisco Connected World Technology Report)

Catch our Chief Analyst and Group CEO, Sanchit Vir Gogia as keynote speaker talking about Big Data in India – Why it matters for Contextual Customer Experience

When and where?

25 November, 2014 – Le Meridien, New Delhi

27 November, 2014 – Taj Vivanta, MG Road, Bangalore

28 November, 2014 – Taj Lands End, Mumbai

Source: Information Week