Global Big Data and Business Analytics Market to Generate $684.12 Billion by 2030: Allied Market Research

Increase in adoption of big data analytics software by multiple organizations and demand for cloud-based big data analytics software among SMEs drive the growth of the global big data and business analytics market. Owing to adoption of “work from culture” by organizations with implementation of lockdown measures, the need for big data and business analytics increased during the Covid-19 pandemic.

/EIN News/ — Portland, OR, Oct. 19, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — According to the report published by Allied Market Research, the global big data and business analytics market generated $198.08 billion in 2020 and is expected to generate $684.12 billion by 2030, witnessing a CAGR of 13.5% from 2021 to 2030. The report offers a detailed analysis of changing market trends, top segments, key investment pockets, value chain, regional landscape, and competitive scenario.

The increase in adoption of big data analytics software by multiple organizations and demand for

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Automating Data Analysis Is a Must for Midsize Businesses

Midsize company leaders are right to be excited about the opportunities for harnessing the value in their large datasets. But the data in midsize companies tends to be messy — spreadsheets and plain-text files, many in different formats, are difficult (if not impossible) to integrate. It takes a lot of time and money to clean it up to make it useful. Poor-quality, disintegrated data can sabotage even the best initiatives, including AI designed to increase value and efficiency. HdL Companies, a Brea, California–headquartered government services firm, used their data strategically and has seen significant efficiency gains. The author offers three lessons for leaders to consider when getting started with automating data analysis.

As midsize companies grow, they develop data flows and data lakes (repositories for both structured and unstructured data) that are too big for one person, or even a team, to manipulate and use effectively. And even if a

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EY and Hult International Business School Launch Masters in Business Analytics

In association with Hult International Business School, EY recently announced a brand new, fully accredited Masters in Business Analytics, available to all 312,000 EY members free of charge and regardless of their rank, tenure, or location.

The EY Masters in Business Analytics by Hult, the first qualification of its kind, will significantly expand data and artificial intelligence (AI) literacy among EY employees and help them translate those skills into new and innovative services for clients around the globe. The new qualification is focused on helping people at EY develop the mindset and skillset to navigate new, technology-focused ways of working, with all learning provided entirely online.

“Technology is changing everything – from how we work and create value to how we live and interact as a society. The implications for business are huge and this new qualification will better help EY people to provide new services for clients by

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Behind the scenes: A day in the life of a business analyst

Being a good analyst involves being good at numbers as well as knowing how to share bad news, according to one senior business intelligence analyst.

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As a high school student at a specialized regional school in New Jersey, Jake Sisskind had an epiphany—he wanted to get into business. He had applied to a business program, but didn’t get in, so he went to a liberal arts school, Muhlenberg College. When he started learning about statistics and running regressions, it all started to click. He became an economics major and a business minor, which Susskind said helped prepare him for a career in business analytics. He later went on to earn his MBA at the NYU Stern School of Business.

Now 28 years old, Sisskind is the senior business intelligence analyst for the American Kennel Club. Established in 1884, the nonprofit operates the largest purebred dog registry,

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