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White Paper: Architectural and Licensing Requirements For A Modern Analytics Platform - Neil Raden, Hired Brains Research

With more data, coming from new sources, organizations now face ever-increasing challenges for leveraging analytics in their business.  It's time to look beyond database platforms optimized for data warehousing, to modern platforms optimized for running analytics anywhere, any way, anytime. Performing analytics today requires advanced techniques, extended to business analysts in a simple and transparent way so they can do their job effectively and efficiently.

This paper, written by industry analyst Neil Raden of Hired Brains Research discusses the architectural and licensing requirements for building a robust, scalable analytics platform to empower your data-driven business.

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