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Business Analytics Future Market Prospects

1 Dec 2014

Business Analytics Future Market Prospects

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As per the research conducted on Business Analytics Future Market Prospects it has been found out that more than 50% of the new analytics jobs in the business analytics industry will be in India. The use of business analytics is spreading fast, bringing enormous benefits to companies in industries from natural resources to electronic media. But when it comes to analytics talent—people with the ability to use statistics, quantitative analysis and information-modeling techniques to make business decisions—a critical mismatch between supply and demand is looming.

Since 2012 there has been an impressive increase in the demand for Analytics professionals and Data Scientists. The lure of excellent job prospects within the analytics sector saw a rise in the number of students and professionals eager to gain analytic skills. The corporate world as well took big strides integrating analytics within all layers of their business. India was seen to be the preferred outsourcing destination for IT and ITeS services reason being a highly talented workforce, lower costs and operational efficiencies among others was the reason for this.

Companies will need innovative skills and sourcing strategies to secure the talent they will need. In numerous nations, organizations can no more depend on colleges to give a pipeline of individuals with strong math and statistics skills. As per research, many developing countries are turning out more prominent quantities of graduates with degrees in quantitative fields, delivering an increasing number of the world’s analytics talent.

Analytics is moving from an optional part in business to the center of numerous key choices and techniques. In a late overview of 258 North American business pioneers led by Accenture Analytics and SAS, 72 percent of respondents said they would increase spending on business analytics in 2012 in excess of 2011 levels.

Analytical tools that integrate Hadoop and R,
gained popularity, especially with small and mid-size organizations. Leading Hadoop distribution vendors Cloudera with revenue growing to $61   and MapR with $23 million enjoyed significant revenue growth in 2012.

The growing significance of analytics is most evident in the commercial enterprises that have constantly depended on that discipline, for example analytics. Banks, for instance, are employing more risk managers to guide new-product development in a manner that does not endanger FICO scores. Insurers progressively depend on statisticians and speculation modelers as well as on analysts who can help the organization enhance client and customer acquisition their maintenance and retention.

Likewise at the cutting edge of this pattern are businesses where analytics has as of late turned into a vital capacity. Energy organizations, for instance, used to contract experts predominantly for determining supply and interest. Presently they depend on them to discover new wellsprings of oil and characteristic gas, to support the productivity of boring projects and to enhance such courses of action as workforce arranging and equipment maintenance.

Indeed segments where analytics is still in its outset remember it as critical for future development. Organizations in the electronics and cutting edge industry, for instance, are avid for individuals who can help the whole association understand rising client and customer segments and enhance marketing efforts.

In addition, the burgeoning demand for analytics capabilities means that many companies will not be able to meet their needs solely with in-house talent. This means that more and more advanced analytics work will be sourced externally from companies in the growing business analytics services industry.

Likewise, the thriving demand for analytics abilities implies that numerous organizations won’t have the capacity to address their needs singularly with in-house talent. This implies that more developed analytics work will be sourced remotely from organizations in the developing business analytics services industry.

As per the research the business analytics services industry will include 30,500 of those new jobs, more than any of alternate commercial enterprises as per the research. Despite the fact that this $50-billion or more industry has to a great extent been focused in the United States and Western Europe, it is quick extending to the rest of the world. More than 50% of the new analytics jobs in the business analytics industry will be in India. Regardless the fact that the United States will make about 39,000 of the new analytics jobs amid that period, India, China and Brazil are all developing their analytics workforces at a faster cut. At the current rate, in just over 10 years, India and China will utilize almost 50% of every last one of analytics talent in the commercial ventures considered.

Please see the graph below:

 

Where the jobs are

The United States has the most analytics jobs. However, they are being created in Chaina, India and Brazil at a faster pace.

One of the studies says – Sector to grow to $1.15 billion by 2015.

 

  • During an era when analytics is getting to be more pervasive, helping organizations (businesses) crosswise over divisions, India is relied upon to keep up its edge over major offshore goals, for example, China, the Philippines, Eastern Europe and Latin America, as indicated by a late report.
  • The demand for this service from India will be determined by an assemblage of components, for example, accessibility of talent pool, development of the business and a wide range of services, says a report arranged by financial services firm Avendus Capital.

 

  • Data analytics is the technique for utilizing raw information by far reaching utilization of statistical and quantitative analysis with the end goal of drawing business-related conclusions and for foreseeing business results. The banking and financial segments, one of the most punctual adopters of information services, are the biggest client of analytics, emulated by the retail, health insurance and pharmaceutical areas.

 

India at to be spreading wings in Analytics Services
Estimated offshore knowledge services in India by 2015
  • 39% Business research as percentage of market
  • $5.6 billion Total market opportunities
  • 23% Legal process outsourcing as percentage of market
  • 21% Data analytics services as percentage of market
  • 17% Others (Social media research, marketing & sales support, procurement services)
Acquisitions by Indian companies in analytics space

 

DateAcquirerTargetAcquisition
size ($ mn)
 Mar ‘07 WNSMark tics Technologies, an
offshore analytics services
provider
65
Oct ‘07CognizantMarketRx, a US-based
analytics solutions provider
135
 Sept ‘11GenpactUS-based Symphony
Marketing Solutions
43
 Sept ‘11GenpactEmPower Research, a research
& media monitoring company
NA
 Apr ‘12 WiproPromax Application Group, an
Australian analytics firm
36.5