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Real changes are happening in the business world.  Data driven analytics is making a measurable impact on businesses, from operations to revenue generation to coming up with new strategic directions. But traditional systems are now being overwhelmed with these new changes…

  • “Big Data”– Across almost every industry or sector, companies are grappling with vast and growing amounts of information generated by business operations and enterprise applications, e-commerce click trails, social media, along with mobile devices, and other embedded sensors.
  • Huge Volumes of Data – The cost to managing this data is also exploding as well…while the cost of creating, capturing, managing, and storing information today may have decreased – the total investment in managing data has increased simply due to the amount of information enterprise are dealing with today.
  • High Expectations for Performance – Today’s business users demand dynamic access to information in real time. While IT departments grapple with the complexities associated with more data, new types of data, and an assortment of purpose-built systems, they must also address their users’ insatiable appetite for faster and faster results. 

These changes are not going away in fact they will only get worse – how can you protect yourself and your future investments? Some are saying this is the end of the data warehouse, but SAP understands you simply need a new and better approach.

With the release of SAP Sybase IQ 16 (GA scheduled for March 31, 2013), SAP expands its’ capabilities for Big Data Analytics to encompass petabyte-scale EDWs. SAP Sybase IQ 16, is faster, more secure, and more adaptable to changing business requirements — SAP Sybase IQ makes Big Data available to applications and people for in-the-moment decisions — giving companies the power to act on insights that were previously unattainable or unimaginable. Please stay tuned as more information becomes available for our upcoming release of SAP Sybase IQ 16!

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