Businesses in India believe tech innovation is crucial to drive future growth but 86 per cent say they are being held back by complex data architecture, research today revealed.
The APAC Report on Data and Innovation published by MongoDB, a general purpose database platform, surveyed 2,000 developers and IT decision-makers (ITDMs) across Asia, including over 400 in India.
In the digital age, an organisations’ success is often tied to how fast they can build and deploy new solutions and applications. This has increased the strategic importance of developers who have become the driving force for innovation. However, as today’s report uncovered, developers are being held back from driving this innovation because of complex and legacy data architectures which take significant time and resources to work around. This is the recurring tax on innovation.
In India, 86 per cent reported that working with data is the hardest part of ...
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