Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer in its infancy; it is an essential business transformation tool to deliver results with impact. AI is changing every aspect of business by bringing data to the center: from AI infused customer and employee experiences to AI infused operations, and,
This story is part of Analytics Heroes, a series of profiles on leaders transforming business analytics.
Perched on a stool and going over his notes, Matt Newman prepares for an on-camera interview at Data and AI Forum in Miami, Florida. Matt is the Senior Financial Systems Manager at Sunbelt
It’s been said that data is the most valuable resource on the planet. But most companies aren’t getting the maximum value out of their data. If you look at the top three things that are really needed in the marketplace, it's really been around defining a data strategy, filling the skill shortage
When providing care for the elderly, you have a tremendous responsibility to your residents and their families. With 10 care homes and up to a thousand residents, SummitCare is committed to providing accurate and up-to-the-minute data on KPIs, as well as complete transparency to ensure that they
This story is part of Analytics Heroes, a series of profiles on leaders transforming the future of business analytics.
Whether it’s his years of experience or fascination with data, one thing is certain: Ron Lewis has a passion for solving problems. Ron is the Vice President of Financial Planning
It’s common knowledge that if any business is going to survive, let alone thrive, they must adapt to change. The energy industry in particular has always been at the forefront of evolving its practices for a multitude of reasons. Vapo Oy is one of Finland’s leading energy suppliers, and they are
Imagine opening your mailbox and seeing a letter addressed to “current resident,” or having your financial institution’s AI powered digital assistant inform you that your replacement card is on its way to your old address.
Most people would take this impersonal letter, throw it in the trash, and go
In the years leading to 2020, public cloud databases were commonly seen as “dev/test” environments for applications living on-premises. And while this use case is important and should continue to be implemented across IT functions, businesses must expand more workloads into cloud to realize
Data has grown exponentially over the last decade, to the extent where it is often referred to as a “natural resource,” and its rapid and uncontrolled growth has resulted in its poor management. This exploitation is a result of the theft or breach of data, as well as the limited controls and rights
Data breaches have far reaching consequences. They pose a significant financial cost in lost business, fines, and remediation, often averaging 3.92 million USD according to a study by the Ponemon Institute. Their impact on an organization's reputation spans many years. An organization's first step