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Askvisory Research – Askvisory Research – Responded to Consult Request:

Query on Zhengzhou Commodity Exchange in China

Advisor response: Great question! Have you tried reaching out to a legal trade specialist within the network? This indeed would benefit from reaching out to an expert for a detailed consultation perhaps.
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Global Outlook 2015

The global economy can expand into 2016, as long as financial stress does not rise further and emerging market countries avoid a major slowdown
Kevin Groves – Cloud Engagement Manager at Cloudreach – Responded to Consult Request:

Big Data Use Cases - Are Companies Really Using It?

Advisor response: Some good use cases stretch across many different verticals, from Oil and Gas, Digital Media and Life Sciences to Finance and insurance risk. Some possible scenarios include: - Finding the possible cancerous cells in your blood using a massive data sample with some big compute and further analytics - Finding the possible gas pockets to drill into based on binary data from field technicians being sampled and then fed into a big compute application hosted in the cloud, then taking the output and using things like AWS redshift or Some Azure analytics tools to generate more useful mapping and reporting to make informed decisions. - Many more In short enterprises and smaller companies use big data to make more accurate and informed decisions.
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Gartner Key IT Metrics 2013

Clients improve business performance by benchmarking their spending and best practices against our IT performance repository, the largest in the industry, drawing on 5,500 IT benchmarks a year. Complexity and demand elements should always be considered within the context of a performance evaluation as they are the most fundamental drivers of a cost profile. Annual IT Application Development and support investment is roughly 35% of total IT spending. 52% of that investment is for new development projects while the remaining 48% is for maintenance of existing systems.
Andre Harrell – General Management Executive (Global Sales, Marketing, Sales Training) – Wrote this point of view

“Having Difficult Conversations”.....R.E.S.P.E.C.T.