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The Current State Of Data Management Technology In India

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Christopher Miglino, CEO & Co-Founder, BIGtoken,,

BIGtoken, built by SRAX, is a consumer-managed data marketplace that enables people to own and earn from their data. The system advances advertisers and media companies to access transparent and verified consumer data for better reach.

The continuous progression of technology has contributed towards sustainable development and created a technology-driven environment. This phenomenon has led to the expansion of digital marketing and data management technologies across the world-especially so in India.

India is one of the largest consumer markets in the world. The digital ecosphere in India is increasing with an immense pace and faster than any developing economies.

Data marketing technology now applies to a wide variety of industries. From the business sector, to commerce, to internet advertising, and even to social media content, digital marketing has witnessed a prominent marketing shift from anonymity to identity. All online contact now appears more overt in comparison to the early anonymity of the Web. And advertising knowledge, like this new nature of contact, is moving in the same direction.

Data management technologies are defined as the wide variety of methods and database structures that are used to control the use of information and to distribute access within, as well as between organizations. Data management systems simplify processing, authentication, and other important functions. They also save a lot of time.

Data is necessary to ensure effective strategic planning, decision-making governance, and community empowerment. In that sense, technological expansion has helped the business world better secure a prosperous and sustainable future. The present scenario of the data management industry suggests that in order to

ensure robust customer engagement, the prominent data management platforms must leverage Big Data from all data sources. And they must do so in real time for maximum results. At the same time, with this constant data production and consumption, data management software has become indispensable.

India has observed remarkable growth in the sectors catering to IT and other services. This has resulted in the advances in technologies like Big Data and has marked the commencement for expanded data uses for governance purposes. In the midst of India’s bid for rapid economic growth and increased administrative efficiency, a willingness to use information technology, open-source software, and good governance is playing a crucial role in the decision-making process pertaining to the boost in indices of human development.

The present scenario of the data management industry suggests that in order to ensure robust customer engagement, the prominent data management platforms must leverage big data from all data sources


The unprecedented capacity development, required infrastructural improvements, and data sharing mechanism are helping in bringing plans and engagement closer to reality.

India has also seen a rise, of course, in technological companies and start-ups. These companies provide solutions catering to data cleaning and analytics. And the statistical firms work towards managing massive and complex data.

Ad agencies, institutional investors and impact stakeholders are looking at such channels to catalyze service delivery while committing people in accurate data collection. This relationship is also playing a key role in building a democratic and a cost-effective governance process.

Over the past few years, India has seen a golden age of opportunity for economic development. The impressive reach of digital marketing technology is absolutely essential to that reality. And that dynamic is all about how this technology is applied. Systems for online shopping and order tracking, online banking, payment systems, and content management benefit from this development.

Digital marketing's power allows geophysical barriers to disappear, making potential customers and suppliers of all consumers and businesses on earth. It is known for its ability to allow anywhere and anytime business to communicate and form a transaction.

From the technological implications in IT sectors to education, business, and even agriculture, the overall enhancement of digital technology has created an industrial revolution in India. As digital capabilities improve and connectivity becomes omnipresent, technology is poised to quickly and radically change almost every sector of India’s economy. This will not only bring transformation in the nature of work for millions of Indians, but the value generated by that process will be truly substantial. At the same time, technology in the private sector has helped provide billions of consumers with accessible, internet-enabled technology that improves quality of life and offers increased opportunity to all.

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