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Check Out Jigsaw’s CEO’s Insights at the Business World Big Data Summit

In March Business World hosted a Big Data and Analytics Summit in Bangalore. This Big Data Conclave was a great platform for all Big Data enthusiasts to talk about how India can use Big Data across various industries and sectors to improve business practices across the board. It was well attended by big data enthusiasts as well as all business executives who if not already, will soon use analytics and Big Data in their everyday working life.

Jigsaw’s CEO Gaurav Vohra was a panellist at the second session of the summit, where the topic was ‘Are Indian software services companies gearing up for Big Data projects, what are global clients demanding?’ Let’s take a look at a recent article in Business World that covers the summit and shares the great insights of the panellists, on how analytics companies and IT companies approached selling their data business lines.

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