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Expediting the Path to Discovery with Multi-Source Analysis

In the realm of complex analysis, rarely does one source of data provide everything the analyst needs. Data Warehouses were designed to pull data from multiple sources, to enable that kind of cross-system discovery. But that traditional model typically required stripping the data of significant context, essentially watering down the end result, and at times obfuscating the most meaningful facets.

Thanks to several advances in real-time data exploration, companies can now access raw data where it lives, and begin the analysis process often within seconds of connecting to a source. And new innovations allow for multi-source analytics, where disparate systems can be accessed simultaneously, allowing real-time discovery across multiple sources, creating a kind of analytical depth perception. Register for this special episode of The Briefing Room to hear Bloor Group CEO Eric Kavanagh, and Zoomdata speakers explain this remarkable new capability.



One Response to "Expediting the Path to Discovery with Multi-Source Analysis"

  • Matt Buttler
    March 12, 2019 - 3:58 am Reply

    Definitely, nowadays more and more business depend on data analysis to obtain the best possible outcomes for them.

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