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Accenture simplifies analytics for businesses with cloud-based insights platform

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Accenture is launching the Accenture Insights Platform, a cloud-based, end-to-end analytics solution designed to simplify analytics and deliver real-time, actionable insights to businesses for a competitive advantage. Comprised of an integrated suite of leading technologies, consumption-based commercial arrangements, and enterprise support, the platform is a flexible Analytics-as-a-Service solution designed to help a range of business users, from the C-suite to data scientists, make data-driven decisions that can solve business issues and create new opportunities.

The Accenture Insights Platform can increase an organization’s speed to insight, decision-making and business outcomes. The platform has a preconfigured, industrialized end-to-end architecture that typically can be provisioned within 24 hours and generate initial actionable analytics insights in weeks, as opposed to conventional approaches that can take months. Centralized cloud management capabilities are provided via the Accenture Cloud Platform, a multi-cloud management platform.

Its components are also quickly customizable to meet a company’s changing needs; those components include: a platform that ingests, stores and analyzes data; a catalog of industry, domain and client-centric applications, including the advanced analytics applications developed through the Accenture Analytics Applications Platform; and data visualization, data science, insight execution, and data management services. The solution also features enterprise-strength security and 24/7 support.

Following a consumption-based commercial model, the platform eliminates the need for large, upfront capital expenditures from businesses. This model also makes it easier for companies to expand to new technologies and benefit from Accenture’s ongoing research and development.

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