Oct 2017 - IDC FutureScape - Doc # US42619417
IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Analytics and Information Management 2018 Predictions
By: Dan VessetGroup Vice President, Analytics and Information Management, David SchubmehlResearch Director, Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems, Maureen FlemingProgram Vice President, Integration and Process Automation, Melissa WebsterProgram Vice President, Content and Digital Media Technologies, Carl W. OlofsonResearch Vice President, Data Management Software, Stewart BondResearch Director, Data Integration and Data Integrity Software, Chandana GopalResearch Director, Business Analytics, Holly MuscolinoResearch Vice President, Content and Process Strategies and the Future of Work, Philip CarnelleyAVP, European Software Group, Helena Schwenk, Chwee Kan Chua, Takashi ManabeGroup Director, Software & Security / IT Spending, IDC Japan, Thomas VavraAssociate Vice President, Software, CEMA, Megha KumarResearch Director, Software, MEA, Terry Frazier, Mira Perry, Ashish NadkarniGroup Vice President, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group, Carrie SolingerSr. Research Analyst, Cognitive Systems and Content Analytics Research, Ali ZaidiResearch Director, IT Consulting, Systems Integration, and Artificial Intelligence Services, Peter RuttenResearch Director, Infrastructure Systems, Platforms and Technologies Group
This IDC study provides IDC's 2018 top 10 predictions for analytics and information management.
"Enabled by machine learning–based automation, the next few years will usher in a period of massive change in the way data and content is managed and analyzed to support or automate decision making across the enterprise and in the consumer realm," said Dan Vesset, group VP, Analytics and Information Management market research. "Over the next decade, the scope of decisions that will be automated will expand exponentially. It starts from tactical decisions about how to process data to narrowly scoped, task-level business decisions to connected decisions about end-to-end business processes. As systems learn more, they will be able to automate more."
Analytics and Intelligent Automation Services , Artificial Intelligence Software , Business Analytics Solutions , CIO and Technology Professionals Agenda , Content Workflow Transformation , Data Integration and Integrity Software , Data Management Software , Data as a Service , Digital Experience Management Software , Enterprise Content Strategies , European Artificial Intelligence Systems , European Intelligent Big Data and Analytics , Intelligent Process Automation Software
Analytic applications, Big data analytics and discovery, Blockchain, Cognitive/artificial intelligence, Content management, Data access, analysis and delivery, Information protection and control, Technology buyer