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Women and Data Science

It is well-known that there are far fewer women techies and those that do choose work in tech, somehow avoid data science. Archana Iyer discusses the merits of having more women in the field of data science and presents some reasons why she feels that women’s innate temperament is highly suited to data science.

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New Frontiers in Data Analytics for Pharma and Healthcare

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Mining Unstructured Texts for Insights using Convolutional Neural Networks Pharmaceutical and Healthcare domains deal with a tremendous amount of unstructured texts, which can be mined effectively using CNN for NLP approach. Malaikannan Sankarasubbu talk about these advanced techniques that can have many applications, such as, building better cohort for clinical trials or establishing better inclusion/exclusion…

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Data Analytics: A Trigger for Business Transformation

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Digital transformation has become inevitable for businesses and they need to evolve their IT information systems, else they would end-up risking their competitive positioning and advantage. Vasant Shetty draws from his experience to highlight the challenges faced by IT and their digital transformation initiatives. He also has a word for the wise regarding the future,…

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Big Data Challenges: Solving for Data Quality

Data harmonization is essential for generating actionable and accurate business insights. With accurate data, an organization can see significant impact on the bottom line. Sushil Jadhav describes his experience while troubleshooting a data accuracy issue for a client. Big Data and analytics solution providers attempt to solve a problem that arises from having too much…

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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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Moneyball, A must watch movie for the Business Analytics savvy

Every Business Analytics consultant should watch the movie Moneyball (2011). This movie is indeed one of the best movies I’ve watched for a long time that showcases the application of analytics and statistics. Here’s something about the plot summary that IMDB has to say about Moneyball. “Oakland A’s GM Billy Beane is handicapped with the…

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Sentiment Analytics – The Gold Mine, which you didn't Mine!

It’s really a no brainer that Customer Satisfaction matters. Every IT or Business unit  I’ve known, considers Customer Satisfatction, a very high priority and does strive really hard to ensure they engage very closely with their customers. To ensure every customer query or concern is serviced well within time. If one does go by the…

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