Our customers see access to next-generation analytics as a key driver for introducing Hadoop in their organisation.
But step one is to get data from existing business systems into Hadoop quickly and cost-effectively.
Here are two companies meeting the challenge head-on.
From Forbes Magazine – Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, a 500-store barbecue chain in the US is using the cloud and Big Data tools to engineer profitability across all its stores. The move has so far saved US$350,000 in upfront costs and allowed the chain to analyse complex metrics in one day instead of 30.
The example scatter chart above compares sales with catering purchase at Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, and illustrates possible compliance issues with stores either purchasing off program or not using the POS to capture catering sales.
PagesJaunes, the leader in France for local search and advertising, turned to Cloudera’s Hadoop platform to optimize its business decision tools and “make data talk”. Learn how they did it – using Syncsort’s Hadoop ETL solution – to respond to new business needs as part of their radical, digital transformation.