Value Creation Using Real-Time Digital Data Streams: Challenges and Readiness

Posted October 17, 2013 in Business Technology & Digital Transformation Strategies, Data Analytics & Digital Technologies Cutter Benchmark Review

Recently, with the availability of real-time digital data streams (DDS) and the so-called Big Data that can potentially provide valuable data for an organization, we are witnessing a major transformation in the dynamics of the data-based, decision-making phenomenon. Real-time DDS consists of data that is continuously delivered immediately after creation or collection, which organizations can utilize in real time. Often, with this type of data — described as unstructured or semistructured, high volume, and high velocity — there is a minimal or zero time delay in its streaming. Through insights from the latest CBR survey results, this article examines the challenges related to value creation using real-time DDS as well as the readiness levels of responding organizations.

About The Author
Manjunath Paramashivaiah
Manjunath Paramashivaiah is a Principal Architect at Ultimate Software, Inc. He has over 17 years' professional experience in consulting, technology management, and research. Mr. Paramashivaiah's research interests include business intelligence, Big Data, real-time data sources, identity management, and strategy. He has been recognized with several industry certifications, including Certified Information Security Manager (CISM) and Certified… Read More
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