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4 Ways Airlines Industry Can Use Big Data for Better Customer Satisfaction

While waiting to board your plane, the last thing you would want to hear is – we regret to inform, your flight has been delayed or worse cancelled, leaving you exasperated at the very hour. Even though your flight takes off on time, while waiting in front of the baggage carousel, you may face some moments of anxiety before your bag arrives on time. Luckily, these distresses are now becoming a thing from the past.

 
4Ways Airlines Industry Can Use Big Data for Better Customer Satisfaction
 

Things are changing, and technology world is evolving drastically. By leveraging Big Data and technology upgrades, aircraft industry has been able to improve their operations and work more smoothly and accurately. In addition, the air travel industry is witnessing several benefits, in terms of revenue and consumer satisfaction.

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Will GST Boost The Big Data Revolution? The Answer lies Within

It is July 1st, 2017 – the epic day when GST, aka The Goods and Services Tax comes into effect, simplifying the whole tax collection procedure of the nation. From today, there will be a single tax on the supply of goods and services that will replace all other state and central levies. GST is pegged to be one of the most impressive economic tax reforms implemented by PM Narendra Modi to take Bharat to the summit of transparent digitization.

 
Will GST Boost The Big Data Revolution? The Answer lies Within
 

Data is crucial. While it ushers in a greater transparency and simplified tracking through data, it also unleashes the requirement for Data Analytics and ERP solutions. Besides, GST includes several billing software and payment gateway channelization, triggering plenitude of job opportunities in the IT sector. Reports say it is going to be a $1 billion opportunity for IT vendors over the next two years. Quite a lot to think about!

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The Big Boost in Big Data Jobs in 2017: What the Study Suggests

Big Data is the new big name in the present tech industry. Day by day, it is burgeoning and becoming capacious for companies, including corporate, SMBs and budding startups. It is also the major reason for better opportunities for people, who want to explore newer career realms across sectors, such as healthcare, banking, education, government, retail and manufacturing.

 

The Big Boost in Big Data Jobs in 2017: What the Study Suggests

 

The current IT industry is passing through a jinxed phase, where a lot of layoff fears are on the airwaves but the field of analytics remains largely unaffected. In fact, the number of analytics jobs in the past one year has nearly doubled, as per a report by Analytics India Magazine – a platform for big data, analytics and data science and Edvancer Eduventures – an online analytics training institute. The Analytics & Data Science India Jobs Study 2017 has predicted nearly 50000 positions related to analytics are at present available to be filled in India.

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Celebrate #InternationalYogaDay: Get the Most Out of Yoga from Big Data

Celebrate #InternationalYogaDay: Get the Most Out of Yoga from Big Data

 

Bored of the same old fitness routine?

 

This International Yoga Day, dust off your yoga mat and take a holistic approach to health and wellbeing.

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Big Data Salary Report 2017: A Gateway to a Great Career in Analytics

Big Data Salary Report 2017
 

In the US, big data engineer salaries are predicted to range between $135000 and 196000 in 2017, an increase of 5.8% from 2016 salary structure.  

 

In India, big data professionals are predicted to earn salaries in the range of 9.8L INR to 13.10L INR, increasing 6.4% over 2016 salary level.

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What to Expect: Top 4 Hadoop Big Data Trends 2017 Reigning the Healthcare Industry

Of late, we have been scrounging through plenty of news about healthcare challenges and gruelling choices confronted by hospital authorities, administrators, researchers, pharmaceutical in-charges and clinicians. Coupled with that, consumers are battling increased costs without corresponding enhancement in health security or in the authenticity of clinical consequences.

 
What to Expect: Top 4 Hadoop Big Data Trends 2017 Reigning the Healthcare Industry
 

However, just as every dark cloud has a silver lining – the healthcare industry is now at the threshold of a major transformation using the stroke of luck Big Data and Hadoop.

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Tigers will be safe in the hands of Big Data Analytics

Once again, good news is in the air for our very own ‘Big Cats’. The very recent reports on Tiger Census have proudly announced the incredible rise in the number from 1,706 to 2, 226 since 2010, when the counting started.

 
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The previous years have seen the major downfall in the number owing to reasons like poaching, environmental degradation, dwindling habitats and of course man- nature conflict . But in contrast, the combined efforts put forwarded by local communities, conservationists and the Government has resulted in the upliftment, as stated by Marco Lambertini, Director General of WWF International.

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What Does The Market Look Like for Hadoop in 2017 – 2022?

It will be a simple understatement to say that Hadoop took the Big Data market up by storm this past years from 2012-2016. This time-period in the history of data witnessed a wave of mergers, acquisitions and high valuation rounds of finances. It will not be a simple exaggeration to state that today Hadoop is the only cost sensible and scalable open-source alternative option against the other commercially available Big Data Management tools and packages.

 

What Does The Market Look Like for Hadoop in 2017 – 2022?

What Does The Market Look Like for Hadoop in 2017 – 2022?

 

Recently it has not only emerged as the de-facto for all industry standard business intelligence (BI), and has become an integral part of almost all commercially available Big Data solutions.

 

Until 2015, it had become quite clear that Hadoop did fail to deliver in terms of revenues. From 2012 to 2015, the growth and development of Hadoop systems have been financed by venture capitalists mostly. It also made some funds through acquisition money and R&D project budgets.

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Black Money in India Can be Traced With Ease by Applying Big Data Analytics

The economy took a hit with the recent demonetization of the INR 500 and 1000 currency notes. The jury of economists around the world are still debating whether the move was good or not, but it has definitely caused a huge inconvenience for the public. Moreover, exchanging such a large amount of old currency notes is nothing shy of a mammoth Herculean task, as almost 85 percent of the economy is in the form of high denomination currency.

Black Money in India Can be Traced With Ease by Applying Big Data Analytics

                Black Money in India Can be Traced With Ease by Applying Big Data Analytics

 

These measures have been taken by the government to curb the flow of Black Money in India and get rid of corruption from its roots. While there is still a mixed reaction from the common people about this move about it being good or bad, technological experts have a different viewpoint about preventing the flow of Black Money in the country.  They say that with use modern technologies like Big Data Analytics it will be possible to trace Black Money painlessly and with much ease.

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Predictions For Big Data In 2016

Fresh on the heels of the advent of the new year, Big Data enthusiasts might wonder what the coming year beholds like machine learning updates, data as a service that works in real time, Markets of algorithms, Spark and much, much more.

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  • The Emergence of the Chief Data Officer

The sweeping changes in recent times has made aware that enterprises realize that they are in real need of a working strategy in order to compete with competitors who are digital-native.This strategy is ideally formed by a Chief Data Officer.

  •  Empowering Business Users

Due to a lack of proper talent in the Big Data industry more tools will emerge that reveal information to the users directly. Salesforce and Microsoft are both letting non-coders create apps that are intended to make visualizations of business data.

  •  Intelligence Embedding

In recent times it is often seen that organizations embed analytic function pieces directly in the required apps. In fact, according to the predictions by the IDC by 2020, it is projected that all software related to business analytics will include prescriptive analytics which will be based on cognitive computing functionality.

  •  An End to Talent Shortage

There is an acute shortage of data scientists. As reported recently by A.T. Kearney, the business consultancy no less than 72 % of global companies that are the leaders in their respective markets, find it hard to recruit quality talent in data science. But recent predictions by the International Institute for Analytics run contrary. According to it that scarcity of quality talent in the field may be reduced in 2016 as companies put into use new tactics.

  • Machine Learning Comes of Age

Machine learning basically revolves around the creation of algorithms that lets computers sort of learn from experience. It is attracting more than its fair bit of attention in organizations that seek to automate processed that otherwise require the intervention of humans.

  •  The Rise of the Data-As-A- Service Model of Business

The recent acquisition of the Weather Company by IBM shows signs on what is looming over the horizon. In all likelihood companies will adopt the business model of services that consist of data streams and package and sell the data acquired by them.

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