The digital transformation is evident, since it is in all areas, in all parts. Therefore, BIM (Building Information Modeling) and the Big Data tool are essential to optimize construction standards, as the real estate sector is one of the least digitized sectors and still has a long way to go.
One of the key profiles in the companies’ templates and one of those that has become crucial is the data scientist.
In the list of obsessions of those responsible for marketing, data management occupy a fairly prominent position.
Converting a store into a smart retail simply means using technology and Big Data to measure and sell more in omnichannel. Do you want to know how?
The Big Data has shaken the panorama of the databases. Big data implies having to work with distributed databases and with this scenario, obtaining a complete and reliable copy of several petabytes of data does not seem like something simple.
The financial sector has experienced in recent years important growth and integration processes, a continuous and accelerated incorporation of new technologies to the business, and the universal deployment of the concept of multichannel.
The characteristics of the retail sector make it an ideal terrain in which the use of Big Data combined with predictive analysis techniques make an excellent match for the business.
“Big Data is like teenage sex: everyone talks about it, nobody really knows how to do it, everyone thinks everyone else is doing it, so everyone claims they are doing it.”