The Roland Berger study "Wer teilt, gewinnt" (He who shares, wins) puts it in a nutshell: digital information is the oil of the 21st century. And with today’s ever-expanding interconnectivity (buzzword: IoT) and the development of new sources (e.g. social media’s extensive customer insight), this oil is flowing faster by the day.
Every day, companies with intensive customer contact, such as insurance companies, are inundated with a flood of incoming data. The manual processing of incoming mail is particularly time-consuming, but sorting and internal forwarding can actually be automated.
Insurance companies are usually considered flagships for excellence in internal organization, structure and overview. Unfortunately, they are not immune to the tremendous challenges of big data, and are becoming increasingly inundated with vast quantities of information.
Many German companies are working with SAP from dawn to dusk. With the right enterprise search solution, employees can have quick and easy access to all corporate-wide data lying dormant in other data sources centrally from SAP. What that has to do with the Weihenstephaner Korbinian Doppelbock beer brewed by the Bayerische Staatsbrauerei is the topic of this blog.
Big data is currently on the fast track. The rapid ongoing developments are not showing any signs of slowing down in 2015, as seen by the following trends for the coming year:
2014 is drawing to a close, a year in which Enterprise Search and Big Data have really come into their own in Europe
Omicron Consulting and Mindbreeze were present as a sponsor of the event "Big Data 2014" held at the Hotel Melia Milan December 3, 2014
Zotter chocolates were in high demand at the Midtown Hilton hotel throughout the Enterprise Search & Discovery 2014 conference.
In-time for spring we deliver again several improvements to our products. With targeted optimization interesting new features got implemented in the 2014 Spring Release.
Anyone still writing their school or academic essays on typewriters became an unwitting witness to a revolutionary event whose impact on all aspects of life conjures memories of the 19th century industrial revolution: Analogue became digital – in less than 20 years.