GMCS is in the TOP 15 largest solution providers for data analysis
15 October 2019

GMCS is in the TOP 15 largest solution providers for data analysis

CNews Analytics Research group has released a list of the largest suppliers of data analytics solutions as part of the "Analytics 3.0-2019» review. Once again GMCS has confirmed the position of the leading player in the BI and data analytics market by increasing revenue in this area by 4.5%.

At the end of 2018 GMCS revenue from business intelligence projects amounted to 305,279 thousand rubles. GMCS implements projects using Qlik and Microsoft solutions, leaders of the Gartner's "Magic Quadrant for Analytics and Business Intelligence Platforms 2019". The company also offers predictive analytics tools and optimization solutions based on IBM Analytics, Python and other technologies.

According to CNews analysts, the main driving force in the global market of BI tools by the end of 2019 will be augmented analytics. The data market is focused on digitalization while data owners are focused on monetization.

"Availability and quality of data for data operators are on one side, and openness, security, compliance with the interests of data providers on the other side, the regulation of related issues, and  the development of standards for the use of data not only in the industry but also on a national scale –  these areas will be developing in the next few years. The drivers of growth are related solutions and technologies: artificial intelligence, industrial Internet, robotics, augmented reality, data obtained with the help of recognition systems, and other types of data," said Maria Venediktova, Vice President of GMCS.

According to the IDC forecast, by 2022 the analytics market will reach $13.6 billion. Artificial intelligence, natural language and oral speech processing tools are increasingly used when working with data.

According to the roadmap "Neurotechnologies and artificial intelligence", the market of artificial intelligence in Russia can grow 80 times and reach 160 billion rubles by 2024