Which companies are using big data to provide personalized business marketing solutions?

Asked Apr 02, 2016
Edited Apr 02, 2016
Most of the companies are migrating towards the cloud technology, they have to concentrate in two important factors namely Data management and Security. Companies like Google, Yahoo and Bing - make use of users data they can personalize the search engines. Example - I can display the ads in my webpage based on the mind set of the people in that particular area. Facebook needs to process petabyte of data to understand the mind sets of the customers.

It requires different paradigm to handle such queries and data. By understanding customers, we can capture their attention by displaying the ads, suggest some friends, etc. Such process are called web intelligence i.e, giving intelligence to the web servers.

So companies like these and start-ups in cloud can make more money from big data and web intelligence techniques. For any organizations or companies big data play a vital role
Here is an example - see more at http://flytxt.com/big-data-platform/
Answered Apr 02, 2016
Most of the IT and enterprising companies hired a data analytics expert for their company as an analytics expert could give right way for making progress of a business. As I know there are some Data analysis course providers like "ExcelR Solutions" where you can enquire more about this data analysis.
Answered Jul 29, 2016
Get the best business advisory services along with business management consulting, strategic planning, development planning, industry specific planning, profit engineering, sales performance, etc. from the Cogent Analytics now.
Answered Oct 19, 2016
Luke Lonergan is a resident of San Carlos, CA, United States. He has completed his post graduate degree from Stanford University. He is a founder of Didera, a database clustering company. In 2000 he served as CEO and Chairman.
Answered Oct 21, 2016

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