Embedded Systems DEFINITION: Specialized computer system hardware that is used in larger systems or machines to control devices such as automobiles, home appliances, and office equipment.
Today, cloud environments are proving to be the go-to technologies for supporting business intelligence and analytics. The following report analyzes how cloud-based solutions providers such as ISVs and MSPs are utilizing an embedded approach to analytics to empower their customers and facilitate a competitive advantage.
The following report from Aberdeen Group takes a keen look at Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) and how with the use of embedded analytics, they are able to drive measurable benefits in critical metrics such as renewal rate and customer value.
In this white paper, in-vehicle infotainment systems are revealed as one of the primary focal points for next generation automotive differentiation. Learn how as these systems become increasingly complex, deeper insight across system development and deployment lifecycles will be needed to maximize efficiency gains and organizational agility.
Embedded systems development demands a method that can conform to the constraints and requirements, and that method is Agile development. Access this in-depth resource to learn more about Agile methodology and embedded systems development, as well as why the two work so well together.
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