In today’s retail market, defined by brutal competition, narrow margins and well-informed customers, the survivors will be those companies that can combine operational excellence with world-class customer engagement. Data management mastery is a must.
GPU databases apply the thousands of processing cores of GPUs in parallel to change the game for retail in both operational excellence and customer experience – breaking the bottleneck of today’s CPU-bound systems.
The entire IT world is abuzz with the emergence of big data. With applications for consumers, enterprises and scientists alike, big data has enormous potential to change the way we do business in the future. But there are other industries and professions, including real estate, that stand to benefit greatly from the integration of the real-time data analysis, predictive analytics and benchmark reporting offered through big data.
Business InsiderSales and trading are not easy businesses to be in.
They take quick decision making, skill, and determination to get ahead, as technology makes humans less relevant and profits for the business continue to dwindle. It's tough for folks to get ahead.
But we've gleaned some of the top 35-and-under Wall Streeters in sales and trading who are way ahead.
As part of our rising stars of Wall Street list, Business Insider sifted through hundreds of nominations of some of Wall Street's top talent to find those who have stood out in a crowd of thousands.
The history of gaming is as long and complex as the Lost Levels of Super Mario Bros., and it's filled with its fair share of drama, intrigue, and fierce opinion.
From a technical standpoint, the advancements of the past half-century have been fascinating to witness. Heritage gamers have watched the industry transform from classic hits like Pong and old-school, 8-bit games to the immersive, cinematic experiences of today.
The Master Data Management Institute offers its picks for the top global and regional systems integrators, and advice on how organizations can best work with them.
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LinkedInGoldman Sachs is continuing to fill its ranks with top tech talent to cement its position as a leading technological force on Wall Street.
On Tuesday the financial services powerhouse said Jeff Wecker, a former senior manager at Bridgewater Associates, the Connecticut-based hedge fund, will join the firm in the new role of chief data officer, according to a memo seen by Business Insider.
"In this newly created role, Jeffrey will be responsible for Data Governance and Architecture firmwide, with a particular focus on our data and information strategy, controls, policy, commercialization and business intelligence," the memo said.
The Wall Street Journal first reported the news.
Wecker will report to John Madsen and Ezra Nahum, according to the memo.
In April, Business Insider first reported Wecker was leaving Bridgewater after being with the firm for more than six years.
Historically, real estate has relied heavily on disparate and outdated systems, using CRM tools and spreadsheets as the main tools to keep tonnes of data. However, these systems don’t talk to each other, which causes huge problems for asset managers, brokers and landlords, with them wasting hours going through multiple systems to try and answer a relatively simple question.
These systems also make it much harder for them to see the big picture.
Semarchy, Collibra and Informatica are among the leading tool providers for reference data management, says the MDM Institute.
I saw this headline in today's Techtarget email: Before implementing ERP systems, identify their many components. I simply had to read it. It's a good article. It nicely captures a...