It is July 1st, 2017 – the epic day when GST, aka The Goods and Services Tax comes into effect, simplifying the whole tax collection procedure of the nation. From today, there will be a single tax on the supply of goods and services that will replace all other state and central levies. GST is pegged to be one of the most impressive economic tax reforms implemented by PM Narendra Modi to take Bharat to the summit of transparent digitization.
Data is crucial. While it ushers in a greater transparency and simplified tracking through data, it also unleashes the requirement for Data Analytics and ERP solutions. Besides, GST includes several billing software and payment gateway channelization, triggering plenitude of job opportunities in the IT sector. Reports say it is going to be a $1 billion opportunity for IT vendors over the next two years. Quite a lot to think about!
Big Data is the new big name in the present tech industry. Day by day, it is burgeoning and becoming capacious for companies, including corporate, SMBs and budding startups. It is also the major reason for better opportunities for people, who want to explore newer career realms across sectors, such as healthcare, banking, education, government, retail and manufacturing.
The current IT industry is passing through a jinxed phase, where a lot of layoff fears are on the airwaves but the field of analytics remains largely unaffected. In fact, the number of analytics jobs in the past one year has nearly doubled, as per a report by Analytics India Magazine – a platform for big data, analytics and data science and Edvancer Eduventures – an online analytics training institute. The Analytics & Data Science India Jobs Study 2017 has predicted nearly 50000 positions related to analytics are at present available to be filled in India.
The First Annual Big Data Conference in Pune, the largest and sole Big Data event that country is going to witness, will be taking place on 15th April 2017, from 10 AM to 6 PM. The conference will be hosting some of the top-notch speakers from the Big Data domain, including thought leaders, data scientists and data engineers from in and around Pune, India. The focus of the sessions and discussions will be solely on Hadoop, and its related ecosystem and Data Science. Moreover, the conference will also highlight successful big data use cases, implementations and insights, which will help in better implementation of Big Data solutions.
Today, data driven solutions have become a critical factor across mainstream industries. While big data implementations are driving the industries towards success, customer expectations are making ways to embrace the need for Big Data innovations. The First Annual Big Data Conference in Pune will be strengthening the belief that a vibrant big data community embracing new technical upgrades and developments will offer better employment opportunities and enhance the overall local endowment base.
Big Data is mentioned everywhere, but what is not mentioned is the women who have made Big Data so fetching and widely popular. Though women contribute to half the population, yet their contribution to Big Data’s success is hardly spoken of. Don’t you think they deserve better? Don’t you think they are often underestimated?
International Women’s day, celebrated on 8th March, is right here knocking at the door! So, let’s remember and appreciate the contributions by women, past and present. Here is a comprehensive list of eight influential women who made Big Data bigger in the field of data science and on this remarkable global day, we give a standing ovation to the Big ladies of Big Data.
The economy took a hit with the recent demonetization of the INR 500 and 1000 currency notes. The jury of economists around the world are still debating whether the move was good or not, but it has definitely caused a huge inconvenience for the public. Moreover, exchanging such a large amount of old currency notes is nothing shy of a mammoth Herculean task, as almost 85 percent of the economy is in the form of high denomination currency.
These measures have been taken by the government to curb the flow of Black Money in India and get rid of corruption from its roots. While there is still a mixed reaction from the common people about this move about it being good or bad, technological experts have a different viewpoint about preventing the flow of Black Money in the country. They say that with use modern technologies like Big Data Analytics it will be possible to trace Black Money painlessly and with much ease.
Here in this post we will discuss with inspiration from the views of insider experts about how Big Data teams and IT personnel can make sense from the right kinds of data which will ultimately allow executives to make smarter business choices and drive results for their business.