Apervita named in top 100 big data solutions list


by CIO Review Magazine

Big Data’ is no more a buzzword.

Now that organizations have already put their wide arms around Big Data, the next impediment lies around, refining the data to bring out insightful and meaningful results. In the wake of such scenario, experts of the field predict trends such as linking System of Records (SOR) data with Big Data repositories to open the doors of organizational efficiency. With every bit of ‘0’ and ‘1’ being harnessed as meaningful “collections,” enterprises are sure to achieve complete utilization of their concrete information, and attain significant outcomes. Another trend that has gained notable traction is capitalization of cloud for storing invaluable sets of data. While majority of enterprises consider it as a risky venture owing to the concerns of system latency, few others embark upon it for the sake of business agility.

With myriad of such transformations looming in the air of technology, enterprises are confident to embrace innovative ways to hold together the regulations of corporate world, and also ensure participating in the realm of Big Data. In order to uphold a fine balance, it has become critical for the CIOs to choose proper technology and select best vendors that are at the forefront of effectively tacking the impediments across the Big Data realm. To help them accomplish their objective, CIO Review presents “100 Most Promising Big Data Solution Providers 2015.”

A distinguished panel comprising of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, analysts including CIO Review editorial board has decided the top Big Data Solution Providers from over thousand companies. The companies featured in this list provide a look into how their products work in the real world, so that you can gain an extensive understanding of the solutions available and how they stand against competition. We believe this information will help you while you make Big Data strategies for your organization. 

We present you CIO Review’s 100 Most Promising Big Data Solution Providers of 2015.

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