Data Interpreter: A Crucial Component of Successful Analytics

From Blog: Ron Powell Recently I attended an excellent conference – The Enterprise Data World in San Diego. One of the event’s keynoters was Claudia Imhoff, an internationally recognized expert on analytics, business intelligence and the architectures to support those initiatives.

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Gartner Insights

From Blog: Ron Powell This article reviews key topics and insights from the Gartner Data & Analytics Summit held in Grapevine, Texas. Gartner names four key dimensions of scale that need to be mastered in order to accelerate analytical discovery. They are: trust, diversity, complexity and literacy

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GPU Technology Advances Real-Time Analytics

From Blog: Ron Powell We are seeing a major sea change in how enterprises are harnessing big data through machine intelligence and deep learning. Graphical processing units (GPUs) excel at workloads that require large amounts of mathematical calculations, simulations, streaming data and machine learning

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Using Cloud BI to Give Greater Insights to Sales Operations

From Blog: Ron Powell At the recent Gartner Data & Analytics Summit in Grapevine, Texas, I had the opportunity to speak with Jim Slagle, vice president of Business Intelligence at Apria Healthcare.

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Cloud BI Really Works

From Blog: Ron Powell Colony American Finance was able to increase profitability by taking their business intelligence (BI) to the cloud. The importance of empowering business users was critical, and my interview with Matthew March , CIO at Colony American Finance, highlights how efficiently he was able to work with his executive team to create an effective BI platform in just two months

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Big Brother can watch us

From Blog: Dan Power Free download: Power, D. J

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Data science: supporting decision-making

From Blog: Dan Power Power, D.J., “Data science: supporting decision-making,” Journal of Decision Systems, published online April 25, 2016 at URL http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/12460125.2016.1171610. Abstract Data science is a new academic trans-discipline that builds on 60 years of research about supporting decision-making in organisations.

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Three Predictions for Performance Management in 2016

From Blog: Craig Schiff The trends for 2015 we identified a year ago have largely come to pass and continue to be a factor in the performance management space. We believe the three new trends described below will have a significant impact on performance management in 2016

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Longview arcplan Merger

From Blog: Craig Schiff When Longview Solutions was acquired by Marlin Equity last summer they expressed excitement that they could now focus on both organic growth and strategic acquisitions.

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The TCO of analytics in the cloud and the mid-market advantage

From Blog: Lyndsay Wise Last week I was part of a panel discussion with Robin Bloor of the Bloor Group and Marc Clark from Teradata to discuss the TCO of cloud analytics and the strategic benefits and challenges of cloud deployments. The reality is that more organizations are looking to the cloud due to broader storage, big data management, and perceptions of lower cost and easier to maintain solutions.

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