Data is proliferating in every field from bar codes to web traffic. But any data, whether big or small, is meaningless without a way to organize and present important findings within it. That’s where data visualisation comes in as a way to present your data providing understanding.
Data integration and replication is typically used to provide business continuity. With the explosive growth of data there is a compelling business requirement to manage data effectively to support business analysis, reporting and visualisation and provide flexibility and control twenty-four by seven .
With proliferation of systems within organisations as well as the need to access external data to support benchmarking, supply chain and on-line systems, there is a critical need to manage data efficiently, effectively and in a timely manner to satisfy diverse business needs.
With the growth of the cloud, business needs to move data between systems, synchronise information with local servers in hybrid environments and support cloud analytics. Therefore a new generation of data management solutions are required to support cloud and premise based environments.