Big Data

Big Data is a term that often refers to large and complex data sets that are difficult to comprehend. As more devices continue to interact with one another, and the sources of data continue to grow at an accelerated pace, the handling of data is increasingly becoming more difficult. But this also presents a tremendous opportunity. Professionals are working with Big Data to better handle information. By spotting patterns and extracting valuable information about consumers and their habits, organizations can leverage information in their favor to make smart and better strategic decisions.

The tasks involved include:

  • Design, construction and configuration of data acquisition processes.

  • Design and development of information extraction and distribution systems from large data warehouses.

  • Definition and development of indicators and aggregations of data.

  • Development of data representation systems in the form of reports and dashboards.

A challenge from the digital ecosystem

You know how to effectively transform large data sets into useful information and are able to extract new knowledge from them.

Big Data systems allow companies to automatically process in near real-time data generated by their activity. This makes it possible to integrate knowledge in business processes (e.g. client recommendations, predictions on demand, predictions of breakdowns).