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Who are today's analytics professionals?

Who are today's analytics professionals?

May 27, 2015 | by Pavel Abdur-Rahman, Senior Managing Consultant, IBM
Discover nine fields of study for corresponding data analysis professionals that contribute significantly to analytics projects, their key value propositions and challenges and high-level suggestions for categorizing and organizing the rapidly growing analytics resource pool.
A maturity model for big data and analytics

A maturity model for big data and analytics

May 26, 2015 | by Chris Nott, CTO Big Data & Analytics, IBM UK & Ireland, IBM
The speed at which executives expect data-driven insights is accelerating. How can organizations ensure that investments they make in analytics today will have the flexibility to cope with the demands of tomorrow? Successful outcomes require a business-driven approach, and the big data and...
Create and maintain an adaptive organization with analytics

Create and maintain an adaptive organization with analytics

May 14, 2015 | by Eileen Smith, Social Media Manager, Software Group Global Conferences, IBM
Creating and maintaining an adaptive organization is well within reach through advanced analytics and innovation, and the right analytics solutions can help businesses transform data-driven insight into actual value without the nightmares from shifting market conditions and information overload.
Drive sales performance at IBM Vision 2015

Drive sales performance at IBM Vision 2015

May 12, 2015 | by Alan Chapman, Director, Sales Performance Management, IBM
Alan Chapman, Director of IBM Sales Performance Management, shares some of the exciting things planned at IBM Vision 2015, May 17–20.
Enhance forecasting skills to be future ready

Enhance forecasting skills to be "future ready"

May 11, 2015 | by Susan Visser, Social Lead for IBM Analytics - Financial Services Sector, IBM
CFOs, business leaders, and line-of-business managers can enhance their budgeting decisions with solid, insightful forecasting. Learn from the leading experts in this area to understand the clear path toward making organizations future ready.
Geospatial analytics: Uncovering insights not found in charts and tables

Geospatial analytics: Uncovering insights not found in charts and tables

May 11, 2015 | by Mikhail Lakirovich, Product Marketing Manager, IBM
Predictive analytics that incorporates geospatial data can provide answers and insights not found in charts or tables, and it can be extremely helpful for organizations that want to answer the critical who, what and where questions for accurate forecasting.
The top five reasons I’ve been going to IBM Vision for a decade

The top five reasons I’ve been going to IBM Vision for a decade

May 6, 2015 | by Kevin Beckberger, Director, Business Development, DisclosureNet
A decade of attending the IBM Vision conferences inspired these top five reasons for experiencing the financial performance management showcase.
The emergence of a new data science hero

The emergence of a new data science hero

May 4, 2015 | by Mikhail Lakirovich, Product Marketing Manager, IBM
Demand for data scientists is growing. Strong analytical skills and the ability to tap into the expertise of the larger analytical community helps new and seasoned data scientists keep up with new trends and continue to hone their skill sets.
The mathematics behind analytics, statistics and business value

The mathematics behind analytics, statistics and business value

May 4, 2015 | by Susan Visser, Social Lead for IBM Analytics - Financial Services Sector, IBM
Doing the math applies to just about every aspect of life. But love it or hate it, mathematics in the form of analytics and statistics offers a path to valuable insight that can enhance business value.
The Diary of Jen Q. Public: Pinky swears and analytics

The Diary of Jen Q. Public: Pinky swears and analytics

May 1, 2015 | by Natasha Bishop, Digital Marketing Lead, Public Services Sector, IBM Analytics
Integrity within social governmental agencies can be a big problem in the digital age. City, state and federal agencies can lose huge sums of money to errors, waste and abuse. Analytics can go a long way in helping these agencies validate claims and minimize the potential for fraud. Having read...

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