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Accelerating Time to Insight for Midsize Companies Using In-memory Analytics

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In-memory analytics provides midsize companies with a faster, more flexible, and arguably lower-cost way of accessing and processing information, allowing users to get answers to business questions in seconds rather than hours. By virtue of its high-performance architecture, in-memory has the potential to help midsize organizations become more informed, and respond quicker to changing market conditions. Find out more.


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