With millions of transactions a day from new identities that may or may not need to be linked, retailers have a task on their hand to sift through the data to capture a comprehensive 360 degree view of each customer. IBM Big Data solutions can lessen the data load. Watch David Speights, the chief
By leveraging big data, businesses can make sense of unstructured and structured data to better understand customer behavior. Anand Mahurkar, CEO of Findability Sciences, shares insights on digital body language, brand karma and the human insights we get from our data.
Does investment in big data always equal to big money? What should be your approach to ensuring big data engagements reap the right results? Our latest research unveils that it takes the right approaches to prioritization, resource allocation and funding to reap the full potential of what Big Data
Denihan Hospitality Group and the Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Gardens use IBM Big Data & Analytics to help acquire, grow and retain customers. They are able to create a 360 degree view of the customer and understand what is most important to their most valuable customers: driving increased
Big data and analytics is creating opportunities for communications service providers (CSPs) to establish new revenue streams. With big data and analytics technology powered by IBM Watson Foundations, CSPs can resolve customer issues faster, at lower cost and identify new offerings that drive
http://www.ibmbigdatahub.com - The idea of becoming a customer centric organization seems to be at the forefront of executives and managers minds. But for many organizations, taking the steps to become more customer-centric are challenging.
Scott Groenendal, program director for big data
Despite the rise in popularity of big data technologies like Hadoop, organizations today face a serious big data skills shortage. In this video, Christy Maver of IBM Big Data marketing discusses how the IBM Big Data Quick Start Program provides free, non-production downloads of key big data
In the next five years, buying local will beat online. Merging the tactility and immediacy of physical retail with the richness and personalization of online, local shops will make online-only stores seem downright quaint.