LTI’s Mosaic Catalog provides an efficient cognitive discover engine with various facets, and a semantic search option.
It has metadata enrichment capability, with collaborative auto-tagging, feedback, ratings and description / documentation. This intuitive platform provides governance via access control mechanism and discussion.
It possesses the potential to perform federated query over the distributed data spread across a variety of storage, with consumption as Data-as-API.
“LTI has showcased a strong focus on Managed Services and Engineering Analytics & Decision Sciences. The dedicated ‘Analytics & Information Management’ practice along with their expertise in Energy and Industrial verticals has helped LTI mark its position in the leadership zone” (LTI in Leadership Zone for Engineering Analytics & Decision Science and Managed Services: Zinnov Zones 2016 IoT Technology Services)
Reetika Joshi, Research Director, Operations & Analytics Strategies HfS Research
What happens after you say “Yes” to big data?
The increasing speed of business is demanding more responsive and informed ways of working – within the organization, with partners and suppliers, and most importantly, with end customers that expect more in every way. The rise of social networks, mobile devices and other “smart” sensor-driven devices, and real-time information are driving the creation and use of big data—lots of “bits and pieces.” Enterprises must be ready to handle these changes with greater abilities in data architecture and analysis methods. Most business leaders do realize the potential of leveraging big data, of finding a way to arrange the “right” bits and pieces to create a meaningful picture or pattern, much like a mosaic. With data as the new currency, every business stakeholder wants a share of the elusive “data-driven” competitive advantage.