Big Data Analytics Implementation to be Key Priority for European Companies, Says Pyramid Research in New Report Available at MarketPublishers.com

30 Nov 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Implementation and development of Big Data analytics (BDA) emerge to be the number one priority for any organizations in Europe. Networks optimization and customer segmentation are believed to be important predictive analytics models that are set to register growth within the telecom industry.

Effective collaboration between business units and data teams is expected to be the deciding factor that will maximize opportunities in the BDA space within telecom players.

Acquisition of software services and tools is set to account for the major portion of the BDA budget of many companies.

Collaborative and creating solving will play a major role in maintains strong vendor relationships in the BDA space within the telecom industry.

New research report “Telecom Industry: Big Data Analytics Adoption / Usage Trends 2016-2018” worked out by Pyramid Research offers a comprehensive discussion of the BDA adoption trends in the global telecom space. The study sheds light on implementation trends of BDA including its current level.

It explores its significance and sheds light on projected market opportunities that support the BDA deployment. The report investigates driving forces and projects preferred BDA offerings.

The research study focuses on procurement budgets and contains a detailed expenditure outlook. It throws light on partnerships and alliances in the BDA field and scrutinizes concerns over the implementation within organizations. The research report examines forthcoming organizational strategies, too.

Report Highlights:

  • coverage of the overall spending on BDA;
  • discussion of market opportunities that impact communication service providers in the BDA space;
  • insights into the aspects that are critical for monitoring a strong BDA relationship within an organization;
  • and more.

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