Here is a graphic I put together to show the top 20 vendors by Big Data Revenue and added the % of Total Revenue which is interesting in that you see immediately vendors like Opera Solutions, Splunk, and Mu Sigma where their entire bottom line is Big Data but more than anything this shows that the behemoth vendors like IBM are making good money (and market share) but that it’s still just a blip on their entire portfolio of products and services even if their CEO Says ‘Big Data’ Is Company’s Top Priority This Year.
Data Source: Wikibon.org
Joshua is working to become a Data Scientist with focus on Analytics, Big Data, Machine Learning, and Statistics. His passion for Data and Information are second to none. He is a certified IBM Cognos Expert with more than 10 years experience in Business Intelligence & Data Warehousing, Analtyics, IT Management, Software Engineering and Supply Chain Performance Management with Fortune 500 companies. He has specializations in Analytics, Mobile Reporting, Performance Management, and Business Analysis.
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