The Power Of Graph
Are you struggling to achieve your company goals with your existing technology?
Do you want to ask complex questions of your data and receive timely insights and intelligence?
In the ‘Top 10 Data and Analytics Technology Trends for 2020’ report, Gartner states, “Finding relationships in combinations of diverse data, using graph techniques at scale, will form the foundation of modern data and analytics.” Gartner also surveyed companies about the use of AI and Machine Learning (ML) and found a remarkably high 92% planning to employ graph techniques within five years. This has remained in Gartner’s top 10 Data and Analytics Trends for 2021.
Think about that for a second.
- Perhaps you require a comprehensive fraud solution to identify and eliminate recurring issues?
- Maybe you need a Customer360 view to obtain valuable consumer insights and maximise profits with contextualised and personalised recommendations?
- What about mapping your supply chain and regaining control of your logistics?
Graph powered, next-generation technologies can give your business the interconnectivity and intelligence required to achieve these goals.
We blogged about this recently.
Locstat / iOCO’s ‘Graph’ Webinar
Did you miss our latest webinar held jointly with iOCO? Locstat’s MD, Ryno Goosen, and iOCO’s data scientist, Tristan Bergh, discussed the need for and benefits of using graph technology and analytics to find hidden relationships in diverse data sets.
At Locstat we have been using this technology for about 10 years. Ryno clarifies that graph by itself will seldom solve the requirements of an organisation. It’s power really comes into its own when it is incorporated in a solution framework in collaboration with other fundamental components, including streaming analytics, scalable big-data storage, complex event processing (CEP) and ML.
Contact us to graph-power your organisation!
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