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Quantzig Announces Top 10 Data Analytics Trends for 2017

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by Angela Guess

According to a recent press release, “According to global analytics and advisory firm Quantzig, as of 2015, analytics platforms and advanced analytics accounted for nearly 25% of the overall global business intelligence market. The transformation from business intelligence to advanced analytics techniques is leading to rapid growth of the market, in fact, between 2017 and 2020, the advanced analytics market will nearly double in size according to analysts from Quantzig. This is one of many trends that will build off a strong 2016 and will continue to shape the industry this year.”

The release continue, “(1) Self-service data analytics. Self-service data analytics software means that you do not have to be an experienced data analyst to analyze data related to your business. Vendors pushed for software that is user-friendly, and now they have it. In 2017, we will see more small businesses opt for self-service data analytics software to access and analyze data so that they can react to customer patterns in near-real time. (2) Online and offline data integration. Online and offline data integration is used to combine the data from a business in one place. This means data from the cloud and on-premises as well as legacy systems can be merged to give business owners a single view of their circumstances. This single view allows owners to make better decisions about how to promote and run their companies.”

It goes on, “(3) Predictive data analytics. Predictive data analytics allow business owners to predict what their customers will need in the future, rather than assume that what has worked in the past will continue to work in the future. This market is expected to grow at a CAGR of 25% between 2015-2020, according to Quantzig. (4) Prescriptive data analytics. Prescriptive data analytics take predictive data analytics one step further: it analyzes different decisions the user could make in terms of the outcome and how that outcome relates to the user’s goal.”

Read more at Business Wire.

Photo credit: Quantzig

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