Our connected data platforms let you ingest staggering amounts of data and transform it into actionable insights. We can help you process and store data effectively and affordably to achieve 360° views of customers, process millions of phone calls, facilitate browsing, stream entertainment, analyze call records, or service equipment proactively by storing sensor data from the network.
Network performance flows right to the bottom line. Using our connected data platforms, operators can identify problems in real time to resolve issues faster and more reliably. We help you improve network quality, reduce power consumption, and manage resources more efficiently.
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Improve sales and marketing performance
Our connected data platforms help you increase productivity, create more intelligent marketing campaigns, and speed up sales analytics. Combining huge volumes of location data with other data in real time lets you fire up promotions and implement geo-based and real-time marketing programs.
Use Hortonworks connected data platforms to detect fraud in real time and take action immediately. You can use the same platform to monitor cyber security, manage security information, and control physical or virtual access. Extend your business to provide security services to other organizations.
Use insight from big data analytics to optimize your business strategy by discovering new opportunities and creating new business models. Consider delivering remote cloud services or establishing profitable new business partnerships.
Analyze sales data to predict the revenue potential of new services. Discover subscribers’ behavior, interests, and sentiment. Predict the impact of pricing changes. Improve supply chain management by monitoring the performance of each supplier. And do what-if analysis for new product launches.
Track subscriber vehicle locations with GPS for security and route mapping. Capture traffic information and alert subscribers to congestion and other events. Advise of the location of important services like gas stations when gas is running low, and track distances driven for taxation purposes.
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