Find out how cognitive capabilities supplied by IBM Analytics solutions helped the Tennessee Highway Patrol promote traffic safety across the state, enhancing the driving experience for Tennesseans everywhere.
Many financial advisors still use archaic methods of segmenting their clients, but a new era of advanced analytics can help advisors and their firms understand their clients better than ever, providing ever more personalized advice as they discover new segments and microsegments in their client
Industry leaders are already ushering in the cognitive era in their own organizations, harnessing the flow of data across entire ecosystems of devices and networks. In this study conducted by Harvard Business Review Analytic Services, take the profile of those who are already staking their claims
Are you placing yourself within the convergence of telecommunications and media? Discover how you can use cognitive computing and advanced predictive analytics to take advantage of the opportunities offered by mobile technology in the ever-evolving modern business environment.
Spiraling costs, reliance on legacy tools and frightening cases of money laundering are driving the need for enhanced financial crime systems based on advanced analytics. Listen to counterfraud experts David Dixon, Clark Frogley and Maribeth Haynes as they cover these topics with a focus on
How does a vital community college identify areas contributing to its steep, 10 percent student retention decline and take the next steps to do something about it? Learn how Finger Lakes Community College, with limited resources, successfully targeted at-risk students before they dropped out in
Financial institutions everywhere face the ever-present threat of fraud, particularly in the relatively porous channels opened by electronic banking and payments—channels notably exploited by organized crime. Some leading financial institutions, however, unwilling to stand still as threats advance
Predictive analytics provides real-time insights into your customers, employees and processes, fueling better decisions throughout your business. This presentation gives an overview of how predictive analytics can strengthen four key areas of your business for improved performance and competitive
An important ingredient for any successful business is its staff. And yet recent research shows that human resources ranks lowest among front office operations when it comes to using predictive analytics, particularly to recruit and retain the right professionals for the right positions. But that
Smart predictions can spell the difference between whether your company succeeds wildly or falls by the wayside. Get the details on four strategic pillars for smart, proactive business through predictive analytics deployment in a series of new blog perspectives.
Predictive analytics is bringing businesses and their customers together, creating value in the intersection of the two. Discover how you can transform your customer engagements by providing the marketing interactions your customers desire.
Fraud is a primary concern for financial institutions, particularly in the relatively porous channels opened by electronic banking and payments, which have seen notable exploitation by organized crime. However, some leading financial institutions have used emerging big data and analytics
Weather, terrain and access challenges can be especially damaging to forestry environments. Check out how the University of Washington, Seattle’s College of the Environment, in collaboration with the Washington State Department of Natural Resources, applied advanced analytics to forestry management
Every digital advertising campaign manager is faced with a stream of data, and along with that data comes an array of questions about clickthrough rates, advertising budgets and revenue. Discover how advanced analytics is helping advertising agencies stay afloat in a flood of data.
Organizations that have built a data-driven culture are seeing gains in efficiency and capability that are allowing them to become leaders in their industries. Learn how you can begin integrating data science into your organization, enabling new ways of activating data as part of an enterprise-wide