How to Benefit from the Big Data Innovation


Business endeavor to be successful on the market is usually challenged by constant progress in software and system engineering: increasing system complexity, high quality requirements, short product innovation cycles, and disruptive technologies that need to be assessed.

For investment in innovation to count these days for companies, it has to team up with speed: innovations must be quickly checked in terms of feasibility and must be brought to the market as soon as possible. This involves experts accompanying innovative companies in their journey to digital innovation in areas like:

Digital Tools | Artificial Intelligence | Cloud & API | Internet of Things

With our research know-how we are ready to make significant contributions to the systematic development of innovative product ideas. One way to do it is by exploiting Big Data technologies and expertise.

What benefits can you get out of Big Data?

Big Data refers to a large set of raw data that is collected, stored and analyzed through various means, helping organizations increase their efficiency and make better decisions. The large data sets can exist in both structured and unstructured forms and be characterized by: High Volume, High Velocity and High Variety.

ROPARDO Innovation Lab invests know-how to create Big Data solutions that help customers turn insights into action and action into measurable results:

  • Creating new growth opportunities
  • Optimizing processes
  • Optimizing stock based on predictive models
  • Understanding customers
  • Monitoring Social Media
How to benefit from Big Data

How businesses can benefit from Big Data

Our experts will guide you further on so that you get major benefits from using Big Data tailored around your business model.

ROPARDO Innovation Lab is part of our Research & Innovation Center in Sibiu. RIL mission is to support companies achieve technological innovations rapidly. For this, RIL provides support from innovation via prototyping and evaluation to further implementation into a concrete product.


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