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Big Data meets manufacturing with Wipro Service Analytics

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Manufacturers have much data to deal with. Imagine if that data could be translated into business value, rather than just managed? HP’s HAVEn Big Data platform provides the foundation for n-apps created by HP Alliances Partners, like Wipro, that address specific aspects of Big Data challenges and opportunities. Learn more about how Big Data can improve service management in manufacturing.

By using HP HAVEn, NASCAR now really knows what it’s 75 million fans are talking about

HAVEn_Nascar_v7.jpgWhen you have 75 million fans utilizing social media to share thoughts about the racing experience, it creates a large amount of big data just waiting to be harnessed.

 

The question is, what is the best way to create an easy way to interpret the information held within? Keep reading to find out how HP and NASCAR partnered to develop a Fan & Media Engagement Center to help them gain the vital insight they were looking for.

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