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Predictive Analytics: The Future of Financial Marketing

Analytics has been at the core of retail bank marketing for decades. But despite the proliferation of data, the ability to effectively leverage insights for a personalized customer experience and enhanced profitability has remained elusive. Given the tremendous advance in analytic tools available and the processing power generated by cloud-based architectures, the banking industry needs [...]

By | March 15th, 2017|Analytics, predictive analytics|0 Comments

The Rise of Self-Service Business Intelligence

One of the hottest trends in BI lately has been self-service data analysis. Most leading solutions are heavily marketed to business users with this tagline, promising fewer headaches and quicker insights than traditional BI. A recent survey conducted by Forbes and Qlik suggests that companies are enthusiastically agreeing with this reasoning. The survey’s respondents overwhelmingly [...]

By | March 9th, 2017|Analytics|0 Comments

Why Emerging Leaders Must Get to Know Big Data

In business, there can be chasms between promise and fulfillment. Consider the case of big data analytics. Companies of all sizes are investing in technology to assemble unprecedented amounts of data, from customer call-center recordings and product inventories to employee sick days and weather statistics. This goldmine of information, when properly analyzed, can solve existing [...]

By | February 24th, 2017|Analytics, Big Data, Big Data Analytics|0 Comments

Predictive Analytics Identified as the Top Priority for Healthcare Supply Chain Leaders

Predictive analytics and the use of data for informed decision-making top the opportunities identified by some of the leading healthcare supply chain provider firms in North America. The results are based on a survey conducted by Global Healthcare Exchange, LLC (GHX) on priorities and outcomes for the healthcare supply chain in 2017. When asked what [...]

By | February 9th, 2017|Analytics, Healthcare, predictive analytics|0 Comments

3 Reasons Data Analytics Matters in Super Bowl 51

The Super Bowl is more than just Tom Brady, Budweiser, and yelling at your TV. Here are three things you should look out for this Sunday when it comes to data analytics and the NFL annual championship game: Data can help you choose which team to bet on University of Pittsburgh researcher Konstantinos Pelechrinis used seven years [...]

By | February 6th, 2017|Analytics|0 Comments

Big Data Analytics: What Is There In Store For 2017 And Beyond

Big data has come in a big way and is gaining momentum in the same way. In a very short period, it has become a familiar phenomenon all across the globe. So much so that it is no longer a new technology. In fact, it is introducing newer terms and technologies as a rider. Most [...]

By | December 14th, 2016|Analytics, Big Data, Big Data Analytics, blog|0 Comments

How Utilities Are Deploying Data Analytics Now

Utilities are sitting on a wealth of opportunity from data analytics, with more information than ever before flowing from smart meters and other sensors, along with traditional sources of data about their operations. Most utility executives see the potential to mine this data for insights, even if they aren’t quite sure how or where to [...]

By | November 30th, 2016|Analytics, blog|0 Comments

How Analytics Is Aiding Banking Compliance

Regulations are costly and time consuming for banks, and they need to stay on top of their data. Banks struggled to put this information together, highlighting a complacency and malaise that likely exacerbated the problems of the crisis. Lehman Brothers’ collapse heralded the beginning of a new era of regulations, though, with Dodd Frank, which [...]

By | November 29th, 2016|Analytics, blog, Compliance|0 Comments

How CEOs Can Keep Their Analytics Programs from Being a Waste of Time

Despite billions of dollars invested in big data and analytics, the simple truth is that most projects and programs fail to meet expectations. And we have figured out why: analytics forces changes on the C-suite that the CEO has to anticipate and manage, but many don’t. From how we choose presidents to what movies we [...]

By | November 18th, 2016|Analytics, blog|0 Comments

Four Roadblocks to Becoming Data-Driven, and How to Overcome Them

Today’s most competitive companies are data-driven. Consider Uber, which assailed the taxicab industry in San Francisco in just a few years, without owning a single taxicab. How? Among many innovations, Uber brought data to the taxi industry. Using historical data, Uber advises drivers to be in certain hotspots during certain times of day to maximize [...]

By | November 15th, 2016|Analytics, blog|0 Comments