Bodhtree amongst Top 20 Most Promising Business Intelligence Solution Providers in India

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Bodhtree has been chosen as one among the Top 20 Most Promising Business Intelligence Solution Provider in India by the prestigious CIO Review Magazine. This acknowledgment bears witness to our dedication towards reinforcing our BI and Analytics rehearse and increasing upper hand.

CIO Review is an technology innovation magazine that shows creative venture arrangements created by developing organizations over the globe. It brings point by point profiles of a portion of the best contenders in the BI business that help ventures embrace information investigation to eventually fuel their business development. A recognized board containing achieved Indian CEOs and CIOs of open organizations, VCs, Analysts, Founders of other VC financed organizations and CIO Review’s article board on the whole select and shortlist the main 20 arrangement suppliers.

2017 List: Top 20 Most Promising Business Intelligence Solution Providers in India

Bodhtree’s profile on CIO Review: Streamlining Key Business Processes via Cloud, Analytics and Digital Deliverables

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Join Bodhtree at Oracle OpenWorld 2013!

Bodhtree is proud to be a part of Oracle OpenWorld 2013, as a co-presenter with Oracle, a Gold Partner and a key exhibitor. We have a cool contest for you at our interactive exhibit space, Moscone South #1641 with a chance to win an iPad mini.

To help you explore Oracle Open World, we’re offering 2 complimentary Discover Passes to this premier event, providing unlimited access to the Oracle OpenWorld Exhibit Hall, DEMOgrounds and Keynote Sessions.

Register Now! The first 50 registrants will qualify for a drawing to win 2 Oracle OpenWorld Discover Passes.

• Meet Bodhtree at Booth #1641 in Moscone South to learn about our big data solutions

• Attend Keynotes to hear Oracle executives discuss the latest corporate strategies

• Visit Exhibit Halls and Oracle DEMOgrounds for specific product info

Meet our Big Data and Oracle experts in our interactive exhibit space, Moscone South #1641. Visit our solution teams to discuss the latest innovations in Big Data & Analytics, Value Chain Planning, Cloud and Oracle Fusion Applications —or other hot topics of interest to your organization. While you are at the conference, don’t forget to stop by and watch our featured demonstrations in the booth.

There’s no better place than Oracle OpenWorld to get up close and personal with Bodhtree. And there’s no better time to start planning than right now.

See you at the show!

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What is nosql ? why nosql ? When Nosql?

no sqlWhat is nosql?

Unlike what it sounds Nosql means “not only sql” since the goal is not to reject SQL but, rather, to compensate for the technical limitations shared by the majority of relational database implementations.

NoSQL is a whole new way of thinking about a database. NoSQL is not a relational database.

nosql is becoming prominent, for the simple reason that relational database model may not be the best solution for all situations

Best way to think of nosql db is distributed non-relational db with very loose structure or no structure

NoSQL databases are finding significant and growing industry use in big data analytics and real-time web applications

Why nosql?

In 2000,Eric Brewer outlined the now famous CAP(Consistency, Availability and Partitioning) theorem,

which states that both Consistency and high Availability cannot be maintained when a database is Partitioned across a fallible wide area network.

so to get all consistency availability over partitions nosql comeback to deal with data explosion

other imp advantages along with providing Consistency, Availability and Partitioning are as below

  • Horizontal Scalability
  • More flexible data model and
  • Performance advantages

When nosql?

Typically nosql db would be preferred but not limited in the following scenarios

  • Real time web applications
  • Unstructured/”schema less” data – usually, you don’t need to explicitly define your schema up front and can just include new fields
  • Huge data (TBs)
  • When scalability is critical

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Is Social Mining already deciding your forecasting and Pricing?



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A recent study conducted by Oracle Corporation in the retail sector revealed that customers are more social media savvy and the reason behind selecting a particular brand as the best brand is customer service (post sale). If you have visited Japan, Australia or India you may have seen an “Oxygen Bar.” These are establishments that sell oxygen for recreational and consumer usage…seriously. Visit www.o2bar.com.au or Google it. When I first saw the statistics below, I felt that maybe what I really need is a “free air” bar, as in free of Social Media. But this seems impossible in today’s digital world. Social Media has not only played a major role in connecting people, it has also brought a paradigm shift in the way enterprises conduct business.

Here are some quick facts about the ever-present role social media now plays in our relationships and buying decisions:

– How demand is influenced (Forecast)

– 20% of time on PCs is spent on social media. On mobile devices, people are on social media 30% of the time (Nielson)

– Consumers are 71% more likely to make a purchase based on social media referrals (Hubspot)

– Social networks influence nearly 50% of all IT decision makers (LinkedIn – learn more at TechConnect ’12)

– 74% of consumers rely on social networks to guide purchase decisions (SproutSocial)

– Facebook is the most effective platform to get consumers talking about products (SproutSocial)

– 44% of automotive consumers conduct research on forums (Mashable)

– 81% of US respondents indicated that friends’ social media posts directly influenced their purchase decision (Forbes)

– 78% of respondents said that companies’ social media posts impact their purchases (Forbes)

It is not enough for a company to say, “I am mining social data and using Big Data technologies.” Instead companies need to clearly state and understand “What are you mining?”;”Do you understand the ROI?”; ”Do you know how it integrates with demand and pricing management?” If the answers to these questions are not clear, you may not be there yet; but should any sense of complacency arise, just ask, “Is my competitor ahead of me with social mining?”

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