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apacciooutlook | Thursday, June 30, 2016
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ: Wipro, a provider of information technology, consulting and business process services, launches its new analytics solution, Data Discovery Platform. The platform provides relevant business insights to enterprises which is accessible through apps.
Data Discovery Platform will enable businesses to embark on an analytics journey with value added services of process simplification and business transformation. The platform uses techniques including visual sciences and storytelling with data. The solution further leverages cognitive capabilities from Wipro HOLMES Artificial Intelligence Platform.
The solution's modular, app driven approach coupled with machine learning, natural language processing, visualization andstream computing capability enables flexibility and scalability to meet evolving business requirements. The solution also plans to leverage capabilities from various partners to enhance the experience offered to the organizations.
“With more and more businesses moving towards accelerated decision-making, Insights-as-a-Service has taken priority and industry is looking for service providers who can provide insights relevant to their business,” says Pallab Deb, Vice President & Global Head Analytics, Wipro Limited. “The Data Discovery Platform, with its industry apps, offers robust end-to-end fabric covering the entire spectrum of Data-Information-Insights, thereby empowering customers with pertinent insights to make faster decisions. Built using best of breed open source technologies, the solution leverages cognitive capabilities from Wipro HOLMES Artificial Intelligence Platform to bring to life the hidden insights in large & diverse data sets.”
According to Gartner report, Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms, ‘By 2018, most stand-alone self-service data preparation offerings will either have expanded into end-to-end analytical platforms or been integrated as features of existing analytics platforms.’