1 Understanding & Realizing Big Data Potential 2014 Latin America Treasury & Finance Conference A Blueprint for a Digitally Connected Treasury Driss R. Temsamani Analytics & Innovation Head +1 (305) Treasury and Trade Solutions
2 Understanding & Realizing Big Data Potential 2014 Latin America Treasury & Finance Conference A Blueprint for a Digitally Connected Treasury Driss R. Temsamani Analytics & Innovation Head +1 (305) Treasury and Trade Solutions
3 3 Demystifying Big Data
4 4 Demystifying Big Data 1960 s 50 Years ago data was stored in very large mainframes located in a central room of corporate building. To access the information selected scientists, engineers, and mathematicians had to travel to the data centers main room to access and analyze the information.
5 5 Demystifying Big Data 1970 s The Mainframes become connected across buildings making it easier for analysts and programmers to access the information across local area networks. The connectivity enhanced organizational productivity paving the way for groupware.
6 6 Demystifying Big Data 1980 s The local networks extended across cities and regions using satellite communication and leased copper lines. The advance in telecommunication and computing research gave birth to the Internet in 1989.
7 7 Demystifying Big Data 1990 s As stored data and processing speed grew, the need to share information outside institutions drove rapid internet innovations giving us the World Wide Web. The Web transformed businesses and our daily life and was the springboard for the digital transformation.
8 8 Demystifying Big Data 2000 s The explosion of unstructured data and internet of all things pushed centralized processing to the cloud thus creating an even larger need for cross dimension analytics and collaboration. This trend gave birth to the Computing Grid or as we know today Big Data
9 9 Realizing Big Data Potential 2014
10 10 Time for a Quiz! What percentage of digital information is generated by individuals? A. 55% B. 27.5% C. 75% D. 6.5%
11 11 Time for a Quiz! In immediate future we can expect 40% to 60% annual growth in the volume of data created? A. True B. False
12 12 Time for a Quiz! Which industries employ the use of "Big Data" in their day to day operation? A. Weather forecasting B. Marketing C. Healthcare D. Walmart shopping E. All of the above
13 13 Time for a Quiz! Investment in digital enterprises has increased by how much since 2005? A. 40% B. 28.2% C. 39.7% D % E. Over 50%
14 14 Time for a Quiz! There are almost as many bits of information in the digital universe as there are stars in the actual universe? A. True B. False
15 15 Time for a Quiz! 90% of the world's data was created in the last two years? A. True B. False
16 16 Time for a Quiz! What is the projected volume of ecommerce transactions in 2016? A. $1 trillion B. $326 billion C. $290.7 billion D. $197.8 billion
17 17 Big Data 101 > The internet of All Things Every day, we create 2.5 quintillion bytes of data so much that 90% of the data in the world today has been created in the last two years alone. This data comes from everywhere: sensors used to gather climate information, posts to social media sites, digital pictures and videos, purchase transaction records, and cell phone GPS signals to name a few. Its all part of Big Data.
18 18 Big Data 101 > The 3 Vs 80% of enterprise data will be unstructured, spanning traditional and non traditional sources. Gartner Worldwide digital content will double in 18 months, and every 18 months thereafter. IDC In 2005, humankind created 150 exabytes of information. In 2011, 1,200 exabytes will be created. The Economist
19 19 Big Data 101 > Whole is greater than sum of Parts Vast amount of data is being collected across a variety and depth of dimensions. More Insights are captured by data correlation. Machine learning and access speed brings realtime view of the future.
20 20 Big Data 101 > Whole is greater than sum of parts Traffic, Logistics & Weather Conditions Demographics, Population and Medical Trends Balance sheet, Forecasting and KPIs
21 21 Realizing Big Data Potential > The What New adjacent and disruptive businesses Additional revenue New product & service Improved Client Experience Reduced Attrition Increased Controls
22 22 Realizing Big Data Potential > The How Discovery of useful, possibly unexpected, patterns in data. Exploration & analysis of large quantities of data in order to discover meaningful patterns.
23 23 Realizing Big Data Potential > 5 Steps to get Started 1. Identify customer-centric outcomes 2. Develop a an enterprise wide strategy 3. Capture existing data and build from there 4. Align with corporate strategic priorities 5. Develop a proof of concept based on Feasibility, Scalability and Commerciality
24 24 In Closing If you are in the learning phase, planning to become Big Data enabled company requires an understanding of the internet of all things and how your company can benefit from connected clients, suppliers, distributors and employees.
25 Thank 25 you Driss R. Temsamani Analytics & Innovation Head +1 (305)
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