How Less Can Be More!

If we don't have data, our business is as if it doesn't exist.

Companies are also aware of this, but perhaps this is precisely why they often accumulate too many of them. However, the real value of data assets remains the same with the amount stored and managed; less can be more.

The business’s success depends crucially on the intelligent use of applications, processes, and data.

In a survey by Dell Technologies, 67 percent of companies said they needed more data. In comparison, almost the same group (70 percent) admitted that they collect data so quickly that they no longer have time to process and utilize it.

The flood of useless data is no longer a problem primarily because of storage costs. High-capacity data storage solutions have become much more affordable these days. But accumulating too much data is neither technologically nor business favorable. Most of the data used by the company are at most one year. To ensure competitiveness, recent data and analysis are needed.

How to get rid of unnecessary data?

For large and complex projects, it is worth entrusting Antra ID Kft., part of Central European Automation Holding (CEAH), together with its sister companies, Czech Automa CZ s.r.o., as well as the Hungarian Auware Engineering Kft. Because automation can be used particularly well in data analysis, supplemented by advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence and machine learning. Ask CEAH‚s experts and shape the future of manufacturing technology yourself!


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