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In this section we share some stories, examples, case studies on the impact of Big Data in different sectors as Manufacturing, Retail, OpenGov etc..
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What are the social benefits of the data economy? How do citizens use data in their daily life?

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Data-driven technologies, and their applications, are producing and processing data at a pace unimaginable a few years ago! Companies have started to leverage data-technologies to innovate by inventing new products and services.

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The present report explores the nascent concept of data marketplace and defines it as a “a third party, cloud-based software platform providing Internet access to a disparate set of external data sources for use in IT systems by business, government or non-profit organizations.
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As banking becomes increasingly commoditized, European financial institutions find it difficult to compete on revenue growth only and turn to technology in search of other competitive advantages.
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European utilities are amongst the most competitive and innovative in the world - they represent the backbone of the EU’s economic system and are the primary actor of the ambitious EU’s 2020 climate and energy package to achieve a smart, sustainable and inclusive growth.

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European manufacturing organizations are facing unique changes and are subject to unprecedented challenges in their marketplace: not only is the current economic environment forcing manufacturers to optimize processes and contain costs, but also the extensive availability of data is in fact empow

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The adoption of data-intensive solutions in government is already addressing some of the key challenges that government face today in dealing with complex and multi-faceted problems.

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The retail industry has long been focused on data usage in many parts of its businesses: managing transactions in detail via electronic points of sale (EPOS), analyzing these transactions in data warehouses, tracking responses to advertising, optimizing supply chain and store restocking systems,