Organizations today have tremendous opportunities to transform their professions, businesses and industries. They must optimize their use of advanced analytics and capitalize on all available data. With the right solutions, they can gain clarity about their business, generate new insights and take
An important ingredient for any successful business is its staff. And yet recent research shows that human resources ranks lowest among front office operations when it comes to using predictive analytics, particularly to recruit and retain the right professionals for the right positions. But that
Smart predictions can spell the difference between whether your company succeeds wildly or falls by the wayside. Get the details on four strategic pillars for smart, proactive business through predictive analytics deployment in a series of new blog perspectives.
Understanding your data’s life cycle can help you lay a solid foundation for your business analytics, preserving the integrity of your data even as you define that data, track it and use it to drive your business decisions. Find out how keeping tabs on your data lineage can empower your information
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Organizations increasingly depend on business intelligence (BI) to power their data-driven cultures. To generate useful insight, however, companies must make sure their environment incorporates all the capabilities of a truly 21st-century BI solution.
Ultracyclist David Haase has always relied on gut feelings when making critical decisions during races. However, for his 2015 attempt to become the first American to win the extremely competitive Race Across America, Dave turned to IBM Analytics to help him make crucial decisions in real time. By
Inaccurate perceptions of predictive analytics are common in the business world. In reality, predictive analytics is straightforward to understand, can leverage existing skillsets in business and IT organizations, and can deliver value in most industries and lines of business. Getting started with