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Moshe Kranc

About Moshe Kranc

Moshe is the Chief Technology Officer for Ness Digital Engineering. While many people live with one Big Data problem over the course of several years, he has been involved in dozens of Big Data use cases, including 2 years as head of the Big Data Center of Excellence at Barclays Bank.

Ness Panel Session: Maximizing Revenue by Unleashing the Latent Value of Your Data

I recently chaired two panel sessions on a hot topic that cuts across all industries and sectors: the core role that data plays in creating the seamless digital experience consumers demand. Whether it’s analytic insights, machine learning engines that can chat with users or a personalized online experience for consumers – it all starts with […]read more »
Data Ingestion

Best Practices in Data Ingestion

Organizations are generating large chunks of data every nanosecond. These data points serve as the backbone of all major business transformation initiatives – helping derive deeper insights for providing superior customer experiences, improved products and personalized offerings. Yet, for data to be useful, it is important that it is accessible, clean and abundant. Data ingestion […]read more »
Technology Change

Important Considerations for Enterprises in Leading the Technology Change

Advanced technology implementations are at the center of the vast number of enterprise transformation stories taking shape today. Organizations want to innovate at a rapid pace, and in the race for creating a differentiating advantage using the latest technologies, they may often fail to assess the real impact of these technologies and how all of these play […]read more »
Robotic Process Automation

Robotic Process Automation: What Could Go Wrong?

Robotic Process Automation (RPA) has stormed to the forefront of enterprise technical roadmaps in a remarkably short time. Every company seems to have a dedicated team looking for routine human processes, like copying and pasting data from spreadsheets, that can be done more accurately and less expensively by software robots. The idea has been around […]read more »
Big Data Initiative

How Amazon’s Athena Fills a Hole in the AWS Big Data Ecosystem

It’s been less than a year since Amazon Web Services announced the launch of Athena, a big data database that can ingest data directly from Amazon S3 storage and uses Amazon’s Lambda serverless programming framework to allocate resources on demand with a very attractive pricing model. In this article for Datanami, Moshe Kranc, chief technology […]read more »

Data Vault Architectures – The Benefits and Limitations

Enterprise needs for data architectures can be highly fluctuating and that’s why Data Vault modeling, with its flexibility to adapt to changing enterprise needs, is proving to be a favored option for many organizations. Where traditional data models would require extensive governance and testing, the Data Vault architecture makes data warehouses highly agile and enables […]read more »
Online Retail

Why Amazon is Buying Wholefoods?

Amazon’s decision to buy the upscale grocery chain, Wholefoods, evoked mixed reactions and led to widespread speculations on its future impact on the online retail major and the whole retail industry. It has been a known fact that Amazon has been aggressively pursuing new business opportunities and its interest in breaking into the online grocery […]read more »
Virtual Strategy Magazine

The Key Essentials to Remember in Your Digital Transformation Journey

The accelerated pace at which digital transformation is moving across industries could be overwhelming for enterprises that are catching up or deciding where and how to start, or for those that are disappointed in some way with their efforts in going digital. It is important to pause and think – what ensures success in a […]read more »
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