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Why you need another database

An analytics database can offer performance and scalability advantages. Do you really need yet another database? Yes, in the age of big data, you do—and it’s called an analytical database. It’s the right tool for the job when it comes to transforming large amounts of raw data into actionable intelligence. After all, the purpose of a big data initiative is to leverage data for better business decision-making.
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