Do you find yourself increasingly having to make decisions amid uncertain conditions? The advanced capabilities offered by IBM SPSS Statistics aim to make Monte Carlo simulation a part of your risk analysis by bringing these two worlds together in a single software solution.
Spreadsheets are excellent tools as far as they go—but how far can they truly go? If you’re pushing your spreadsheet-based solutions beyond their viable limits, then they might be doing more harm than good. Discover what considerations you shouldn’t ignore when using spreadsheets for statistical
Data analytics is no longer an either/or choice. With the integration of IBM SPSS Statistics and R, you can bring together the statistical analysis and data management capabilities that have helped so many data scientists gain insight after insight from their data.
This white paper evaluates performance capabilities of leading-edge business intelligence (BI) platforms.
The research makes a comparison study of IBM Cognos BI and IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration on IBM Power Systems, SAP BusinessObjects and HANA, Oracle Business Intelligence and Exadata, and
Nucleus Research examined XO Communications’s deployment of IBM Business Analytics and found it enabled XO to identify customers with a high likelihood to churn. XO client service managers used this predictive analysis to proactively contact those customers, improving customer retention and
AARP needed to transform its traditional BI infrastructure into a dynamic, blazing-fast environment which could assist with improved member documentation and recognition, accurately match services and product offerings to member needs and deliver value-added packages to targeted customer
This is a research report by noted industry analysts Claudia Imhoff, Intelligent Solutions, Inc., and Colin White, BI Research. IT leaders need to review and enhance their information architecture to support requirements fueled by big data, advanced BI and other innovations. Examine the What, the
Is your organization a real-time enterprise? In a recent benchmark study, nearly all organizations (89%) said it is important or very important to discover and analyze relationships between business events and corresponding IT events. Yet, only 67% of organizations can capture IT events, and fewer