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The average person makes as many as 35,000 decisions during any given day, and that begs a question: How many decisions does a business make during the same span of time? If your analytics tools don’t have good data, you probably aren’t getting useful or timely answers to inform your decisions.
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Welcome to the second Public Sector Watch at IBM Insight 2015, where we debate data and analytics issues affecting government, education and healthcare. The Watch was in Las Vegas for the premier data and analytics conference, IBM Insight 2015. Topics discussed include the similarities between
This video provides a high-level overview of how primary and secondary education institutes rely on business analytics to get a complete view of how the school is performing and identify students at risk of failing out to ensure a high level of retention.
Behavior-Based Audience Insight provides a 360-degree look at audience profiles and viewer influences. Here’s a glimpse at how entertainment companies can use those insights to make intelligent programming and promotional decisions.
Welcome to Public Sector Watch at IBM Insight 2015, where we debate data and analytics issues affecting government, education and healthcare. The Watch is in Las Vegas this week for the premiere data and analytics conference, IBM Insight 2015. Topics discussed include the similarities between
Working with IBM, Nairobi City County captures a wealth of data from smartphones installed in its fleet of garbage trucks. This helps build a digital map of the city to reveal the location and severity of potholes so repairs can be prioritized.
Continuous verification allows engineers to verify they are meeting systems requirements during engineering process rather than verifying after completion, allowing a more efficient process while engineering complex products.