"Traditional analytics are about what’s often called rearview mirror analytics. Streaming analytics, is about looking through the windshield," says Mike Gualiteri, principal analyst, Forrester Research.
Jason Verlen, director of product management at IBM, says that “composable business is one of the most exciting concepts in the market today” because it helps companies bridge that gap between the handling of data and the analytics that you drive into it. Listen as Verlen expands on this.
"The issue around identifying targeted analysis for anti-corruption is you just can't look at one data source," says Vince Walden, a partner at Ernst & Young with responsibility for fraud investigation and dispute services. "When you're looking for potentially improper payments that could be
With big data financial and transactional data no longer in silos, we can now look at them together. Vince Walden, Ernst and Young partner, says that big data technologies allow them to look at data from all angles.
Ernst & Young (EY) uses IBM BigInsights platform to leverage big data and analytics to combat fraud. By running test queries across multiple transactions they can identify fraudulent transactions and mitigate risk for its customers.
To provide customers with an innovative and convenient shopping experience, Bon- Ton Stores, Inc. needed to understand what customers were thinking and feeling. IBM PureData System for Analytics powers business decisions from merchandising to marketing promotion optimization with speed and
IBM announced a number of new cloud offerings with the IBM Cloud Marketplace at the center. It is designed to be an easy access, technical marketplace for all users (business through IT and development) to access solutions and technologies on demand, with a growing number in the big data and
As we head into Day 2 of IBM Impact 2014 conference goers, both real and virtual, seem abuzz with the notion of the “Composable Business.” The term was first introduced by Robert LeBlanc, IBM SVP for Software and Cloud Solutions in the Day 1 general session:
“A ‘Composable Business’ is a business