At TOTAL, we understand that running an oil well profitably and efficiently is mechanically and technically complex. That’s why we are always looking for new ways to innovate and become more efficient.
No one can really know the future. But by looking to the past and tapping into operational insights, we can gather good ideas for what’s coming. Take a look at how oil and gas industry organizations apply predictive analytics to work to improve productivity, efficiency and output.
New government rules and regulations impact healthcare organizations. Their agility to respond to these legislative mandates is critical to their success. See how athenahealth optimized operations with automated reporting in this installment of answers in analytics.
University of Montana researchers maximized analytics to improve outcomes through highly effective and prompt brain trauma treatment and accelerated experimental research. Analytics also enabled quick identification of patients likely to develop post-traumatic epilepsy.
Marcus Stenstrand, Grid Manager at Fingrid, the national electricity transmission company in Finland, is responsible for keeping the lights on. Learn more about the importance of having IBM Maximo Asset Management at the core of an integrated enterprise asset management solution and how Fingrid is
Using a powerful big data platform from IBM, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine clinicians cut research timelines from nearly a year to only a few weeks to help accelerate the pace of discovery and, ultimately, improve patient health.
Dr, Magnus Kuschel of Volvo Truck recently spoke on an Automotive News Power Training webinar describing how Volvo Truck is using IBM big data and analytics capabilities to unlock new insights from telematics data.
Judging by the interest level—the webinar blew away all previous attendance records
The promise of achieving significant, measurable business value from big data can only be realized if organizations put into place an information foundation that supports the rapidly growing volume, variety and velocity of data.
As part of the recently published global research study, “Analytics:
Everyone is talking about big data, but here is a research report that gives facts on what is really going on with big data. EMA Research & 9Sight Consulting conducted a study of business and IT professionals, inquiring about their big data plans and implementations. The report details the
IBM’s Institute for Business Value (IBV) and the University of Oxford just released their information-rich and insightful report “Analytics: The real-world use of big data.” Based on a survey of over 1000 professionals from 100 countries across 25+ industries, the report provides insights into
"Value" is the key word in several of my top picks this week. From saving money to saving lives to saving time in who you follow on Twitter, we're still finding new ways to get value from data.
“What Executives Don’t Understand About Big Data,” by Michael Schrage, Harvard Business Review HBR Blog