Tag: Advanced Analytics

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Does More Data Equal Better Analytics?

In our modern world of everything digital and big data, organizations are flush with available data assets that can be used for analytics.  We will set aside the problem of engineering all this data for the moment and look at a different problem – or benefit if you’re a glass half full type of person […]

  • John Morrell
  • March 7, 2020
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Six Steps for Answering Ad Hoc Business Questions with Analytics

Big data and analytics are critical in today’s competitive landscape. They deliver insights that guide organizations to make better business decisions, which boost revenue through streamlining operations, tracking performance, and improving the customer experience.  By strategically approaching ad hoc data analysis, you’ll be able to leverage the information, software, and services at your disposal to […]

  • Benoite Yver
  • February 25, 2020
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5 Ways Advanced Analytics is Transforming the Banking Industry

The banking industry is going through a transformation requiring banks to make data and analytics an integral part of their processes and workflows. This transformation is driven in part by emerging fintech providers, who are fully digital and built on top of cutting-edge technologies and analytics. At the same time, consumers are increasingly using mobile […]

  • Justin Reynolds
  • February 13, 2020
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Latest Trends in E-Commerce and Retail driving Advanced Analytics

The retail landscape has changed considerably in recent years, with traditional brick-and-mortar retailers facing rising pressure from ecommerce competitors. Last year, for example, online sales increased by almost 15 percent while brick-and-mortar growth rose only by 1.9 percent.  Today, both traditional and online retailers have little choice but to embrace data-driven analytics strategies to stay […]

  • Justin Reynolds
  • February 13, 2020
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AI, Analytics and IoT, Oh My! What big growth potential you have!

The healthcare industry is expected to undergo tremendous change and growth due to the overwhelming amount of data available today to help organizations make better, more informed and timely decisions. Patients and medical practitioners are poised to reap the benefits of safer, higher quality care offered through Artificial Intelligence (AI), computer vision (the AI strategy underpinning imaging and video analytics), IoT and more. At the same time, vendors, developers and healthcare organizations will also enjoy the financial advantages of using these technologies.

  • Datameer, Inc.
  • May 23, 2018

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