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As the volume, variety, velocity, and virtualization of data grows, organizations, especially the Fortune 500®, are turning to Big Data analytics solutions to harness this data to create new business value. Selecting the most suitable technology stack is often a challenging task. There is a real risk that the business benefits an organization expects from its technology investment will be diminished by sub-optimal choices such as a mismatch between use case and product chosen. Our Big Data services include
Quick Start Program
A two–week program that provides enterprise IT and business users with consultative workshops and practical solutions that can be deployed in short order. Our workshops include an overview of the Big Data landscape and training to match use cases to the right technology and products. More...
Architecture Consulting
Impetus Big Data architects will interview all stakeholders, gather requirements and suggest a suitable Big Data solution architecture. More... Proof of Concept
Execute a proof of concept to identify and prove the best suitable solution under given constraints of technology, budget, production–readiness, and price vs. performance analysis. More... Implementation
Design, develop, and test use cases that involve Big Data technologies, spanning from setting up a performance-tuned cluster to integration of a suite of technologies including ETL, NoSQL, MPP, CEP engines, workflow engines, and visualization. More... Product Initiatives
We have a repository of tools and accelerators to jump-start your Big Data initiatives.
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Top Ten Reasons to Choose Impetus Data Sheet
Industry Verticals

Leading provider of Big Data next generation solutions for the Fortune 500® supporting key verticals including Finance, media, telecom, retail, healthcare, and manufacturing.

Technologies

Proven expertise across emerging technologies including Hadoop, NoSQL, NewSQL, MPP databases, machine learning, and visualization allowing customers to gain new business insights from the "3-Vs" of big data.