Accenture 'Connected Analytics Experience' Designed to Make Big Data Analytics Immersive & Accessable

Accenture 'Connected Analytics Experience' Designed to Make Big Data Analytics Immersive & Accessable Image Credit: Accenture

IT systems integration giant, Accenture, Wednesday launches the Accenture Connected Analytics Experience, an immersive and collaborative analytics platform with the aim of making data more accessible and engaging to enterprises across various verticals such as telecoms, healthcare and others. Delivered by Accenture Analytics, it is designed to provide users with next-generation business intelligence powered by end-to-end analytics offerings including analytics strategy, a multi-disciplinary data insights team, a data platform containing big data technologies and an analytics center of excellence that democratizes analytics.

According to Accenture, its product is designed to make data science available to C-level execs to functional managers and data scientists, enabling people with various data skillsets to all collaborate across multiple screens.

Introducing the new product, Narendra Mulani, senior managing director, Accenture Analytics, part of Accenture Digital, commented, “With the Accenture Connected Analytics Experience, we can help take businesses and governments through every stage of their analytics journey, from issues to outcomes, mobilizing data, transforming data into insight, and providing decision-makers with insight in visually appealing formats at the pivotal time to drive discussion, decisions, and value.


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