Posts Tagged ‘BI’

Executing a Business Intelligence Center of Excellence

Data Rich, Information Poor Data overload is becoming a huge challenge for businesses and a headache for decision makers. Public and private sector corporations are drowning in data — from sales, transactions, pricing, supply chains, discounts, product, customer process, projects, RFID smart tags, tracking of shipments, as well as e-mail, web traffic and social media.…

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Gartner Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit – March 14-16

Gartner Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit – March 14-16, 2016 Booth 700 Gaylord Texan Grapevine, TX Big Data Success Showcase Tuesday, 12:15-12:35 The faster you close the gap to insights, the better the result! Bringing business, analytics accelerators and data scientists and strategists together at the same time incredibly reduces the time needed from dumb…

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B2B Marketers, Evolve with Big Data

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Most of the B2B Marketers feel their current online marketing mix is falling short to meet the sales demand, and that they’re under immense pressure to be able to measure the online campaign effectiveness and also being productive. We often hear that the concept of the marketing mix isn’t so useful any longer in this…

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Bloomberg on Business Analytics

Interested in slicing, dicing, measuring, and analyzing data for customer and business insights? According to a recent survey by Bloomberg, 97% of companies with revenues of more than $100 million are using some form of business analytics, up from 90% just two years ago. While businesses have embraced the idea of fact-based decision-making, a steep learning curve…

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Safe Neighborhoods with Big Data

When I was coming back from an international travel recently and was browsing through the inflight entertainment shows available, “Person of Interest” series on CBS caught my eye. A computer genius develops a machine for the government which is used to detect information leading to acts of terrorism before they can be executed. “The machine” separates…

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ROI on Business Analytics – Now we have Numbers

A recent study by the Nucleus Research says that Analytics pays back $10.66 for every dollar spent. The study is based on data from 60 case studies and relates to investments in Business Intelligence, Performance Management and Predictive Analytics. Not surprising are the areas where they saw ROI increase – revenue, gross margin and expenses.

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Why BI CoE: Struggling to justify ROI?

Current BI landscape is cluttered with too many tools and technologies. The plain vanilla BI deployments rarely produce desired results. This leaves IT teams to a mere data steward role rather being a potential business partner. Primary inhibiting factors are: exponential data growth, lack of best practices and leveraging prior experience. Organizations today need to…

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Clinical Trials Optimization – Business Analytics to the rescue

Here’s how business analytics can optimize clinical trials A panel of Pharma industry leaders like GlaxoSmithKline, Bristol-Myers-Squibb, AstraZeneca, Sanofi, Eli Lilly, Pfizer and Shire talked about the importance of Clinical Trials Optimization for 2 days at the recently concluded conference in Philadelphia clearly showing the importance of this topic in the present times of economic…

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