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HP Delivers Services to Help Enterprises Accelerate the Benefits of Big Data and Analytics

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PALO ALTO, CA - HP (NYSE: HPQ) today announced HP Business Intelligence Modernization Services designed to help enterprises understand, manage and leverage their data to improve customer engagement, create new business opportunities and reduce costs.

Most existing business intelligence environments can provide analytics and reporting, but are not designed to deliver insights from new formats and higher volumes of data. As demand for access to information increases, enterprises are being challenged to process unstructured data and vast amounts of sensor data in real time and on an industrial scale.

HP Business Intelligence Modernization Services is a comprehensive suite of services, architectures and technologies designed to help clients integrate big data analytics into their existing environments to address new analytics requirements. The comprehensive suite includes discovery, assessment, modernization and transformation, culminating in a new analytics strategy and ongoing management via multiple deployment and consumption options.

"Quickly defining an analytics and big data strategy is an essential step for companies to remain competitive in an environment where the amount of data being collected is outpacing their ability to leverage it," said Martin Risau, senior vice president, Analytics and Data Management, HP Enterprise Services. "We deliver solutions with flexible consumption models to enable our customers to start focusing immediately on the opportunities that data creates to improve their business." 

The new HP Business Intelligence Modernization Services address three major service needs to support a client's journey to become more data-driven and agile:

Discovery environments:"Data lakes,"data visualization tools and services enabling rapid, enterprise-wide data sharing and analytic discovery collaboration.

Analytics solutions: Addressing specific analytics needs to run the business better.

Hybrid data management: Enabling enterprises to deliver production-grade analytics integrated into business processes and systems that leverage relevant data.

This article has been extracted from http://www.broadwayworld.com/,please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.broadwayworld.com/bwwgeeks/article/HP-Delivers-Services-to-Help-Enterprises-Accelerate-the-Benefits-of-Big-Data-and-Analytics-20140826#.U_82K_nIb8s

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