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Skills gap (63%), legacy systems (50%) and concerns over data quality (53%) conspire to delay adoption according to Pentaho-sponsored iGov research

London - September 21, 2016 - Pentaho Corporation, a Hitachi Group Company, today published research commissioned from iGov revealing that despite 76% of respondents believing that Big Data could benefit their organisations, only 26% regard it as a top priority. This 50 point adoption chasm exists despite 79% of survey participants stating they believed big data could help improve efficiencies / reduce costs and 74% recognising the potential for big data to help deliver personalised services. The full report, which polled 132 UK senior public sector IT executives, is entitled “Effective Analytics: The Use of Big Data in the Public Sector 2016” and is available for download Read full release

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