Big Data

The term Big Data refers to quantities of data that are too large, too complex, too fast-moving or too poorly structured to evaluate them with manual and customary data processing methods. Big Data is frequently used as a collective term for digital technologies, which – from a technical point of view – are made responsible for a new era of digital communication and processing. Thus, this term is a keyword that is subject to constant change. That’s why it is often also used to describe the technologies that are used to collect and evaluate these quantities of data. In our Business Analytics division, we assist companies with the analysis of large quantities of data such as Big Data.

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Successful SAP Projects Through Process Mining

Process mining allows business processes to be analyzed efficiently, across systems. The insights help companies reduce complexity in their SAP transformation projects and achieve optimal results.