PolySpot Keeps Stronghold in Delivering Agile Enterprise Information

January 2, 2013

Data analytics technologies (or the demand for them) are not simply relegated to the United States and Europe, though many important technologies that are utilized to address big data challenges have been developed in these areas up to this point. ZDNet shares a broader perspective in the recent article, “The India Aims for World’s Big Data.”

Indian IT services industry group Nasscom expects the country’s industry to grow from US$200 million in 2012 to $1 billion by 2015.

The article informs us on related industries popping up in India:

Numerous global big data players have sprouted in India over the past two years. Sears, for instance, established wholly-owned subsidiary MetaScale to service healthcare and entertainment customers with revenues between US$1 million and US$10 million. A @WalmartLabs facility also opened in Bangalore in April to develop social media and analytics and big data infrastructure.

There is no doubt that India will create and develop big data solutions as the need continues to grow in the area. However, solutions from companies like PolySpot have already reached the current pinnacle of agilely delivering enterprise information and will continue to have a stronghold.

Megan Feil, January 2, 2013

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