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Big data projects take 18 to 24 months to deliver clear benefits

From V3.co.uk

"UK organisations expect big data initiatives to take an average of 18 to 24 months before seeing a significant return on investment, according to research by V3's sister site Computing.

An in-depth survey of hundreds of organisations asked in what period of time they expect to see a sufficient return on investment to qualify a big data initiative as a success.

Some 38% of respondents said that they would expect it to take two years, while 27% said one year and 24% said three years. Just 5% of respondents said five years, while 4% said more than five years.

In addition to the quantitative study, the survey interviewed executives and other IT decision makers by phone, and in face-to-face interviews and focus groups, giving the chance for many of the respondents to explain the reason for their answers.”

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NCC Weekly News Update 23 February 2016 

 

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