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As the nation prepares for a new era of big data analytics, a growing number of companies are harnessing the power of data to make their workflows more efficient and cost-effective.
From automated warehouse-style sorting and processing to automation of large-scale industrial-scale production, these big data-driven services have all made their way into the supply chain, from trucking to the food industry.
These companies have been able to offer a much-needed boost to their bottom lines and to their business.
But it’s a lucrative industry, and they have also been able make some serious bucks.
Here are the top five companies that have emerged as the go-to companies for data-savvy supply chains.
E.B. White & Company, Inc. EBS, +0.00% The first company to make the leap into big data, E. B. White is one of the biggest names in the supply-chain field.
The company’s data analytics company is the go to company for everything from food processing to the construction industry, offering both automated warehouse services and big data tools to the private and public sectors.
Its recently announced partnership with Amazon.com, however, has raised some eyebrows.
According to a Bloomberg Businessweek article, Amazon has been selling data analytics software and consulting to companies including the National Football League and the National Association of Home Builders, which are building data-intensive buildings.
EBP is the most recent entrant in this segment, according to the report.
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Deloittes is one the largest provider of data analytics services to the energy, mining, telecommunications, and utilities industries, according a Bloomberg report.
The utility company’s business was once the target of rival Booz Allen Hamilton, but it has diversified into other sectors over the past few years, and has expanded into financial services.
Citi Financial, Inc.: Citi’s data platform offers analysts the tools to analyze and plan for the next generation of supply chains, Bloomberg reported.
Citibank, one of Citis biggest rivals, recently acquired a firm called KPMG, which is a partner with Deloises in the data analytics space.
Cibins data analytics team has been used to help the bank manage the logistics of some of its projects, Bloomberg said.
GE Energy: GE’s data service, GE Energy, uses predictive models to predict demand, supply and supply chain growth, according the Bloomberg article.
The energy giant, which has a $2.4 trillion contract with GE to manage the energy sector, is also known for using its predictive modeling to forecast the impact of climate change on the power sector.
The technology can predict when a storm is expected to hit and predict when it will hit.
Amazon.in, Inc: Amazon’s data management and analytics platform, Amazon In, is the top data analytics platform in the U.S., according to Bloomberg.
Amazon is a leader in the retail industry in terms of its ability to deliver the big data.
Amazon In has been deployed to manage warehouses, warehouses, shipping, warehouse services, and fulfillment and delivery services for many companies, including Wal-Mart, Amazon.co.uk, Starbucks, Target, Best Buy, Walgreens, Wal-mart, and many more.
LSI Energy, Inc./M-Backed Energy: LSI’s data services and analytics division, M-Bered Energy, has been hired to manage energy supply chains for energy companies.
Lived in the energy industry for nearly a decade, LSI is known for its predictive analytics tools and tools to help energy companies manage energy usage, the Bloomberg report said.
S3 Technologies, Inc.(S3) S3 has been a leader for energy data for over a decade.
In 2016, S3 signed a strategic alliance with the National Retail Federation to help improve energy efficiency, S, and boost energy efficiency.
S, which provides predictive analytics, has helped power a variety of energy-related business models and services.
Accenture, Inc.— Accenture’s data analytic tools are used in the power and transportation industries, as well as the financial services industry, according Bloomberg.
Accent is a member of Accenture and the largest energy and technology company in the world.
Accents proprietary software is used to make energy- and supply-related decisions for energy and supply companies, according Fortune.
Microsoft Corp.: Microsoft is known to have data analytics technology in place at Microsoft, according data analysts at Bloomberg.
In addition to building the data infrastructure used by companies to build the data center infrastructure for their data centers, Microsoft has been working to improve its data analytics capabilities.
For example, it recently announced a partnership with the energy and logistics services firm, HVAC Technologies.