The Big Deal with Big Data and Predictive Analytics

Cisco

While I fully expect each enterprise to add its own flavor to the mix, here's one way to get the big data and predictive analytics conversation started: Big data is a collection of data from traditional and digital sources inside and outside your company that represents a source for ongoing discovery and analysis.Some people will constrain big data to digital inputs like web behavior and social network interactions; however most CMOs and CIOs agree that we can't exclude traditional data derived from product transaction information, financial records and interaction channels, such as the call center and point-of-sale. All of that is big data, too, even though the volume of digital data that's now growing at an exponential rate may dwarf it.
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In practice, of course, things are more complicated. Effective translation necessitates a nuanced understanding of (at least) two languages and cultures, both source and target. It requires an understanding of the original content’s goals. It mandates a fluency in tone and subtext as well as vocabulary and grammar. In short, it requires a highly competent person to effect resonance. In theory, companies could (and some do) perform translation and localization work in-house. But the reason so many choose not to is because a language service provider (LSP) like Lionbridge can help simplify processes (and, in the long run, reduce costs) when translation and localization get really complicated.


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