IBM and researchers at University of Alberta collaborate to accelerate analysis and prediction of climate changes from months to minutes. Using IBM’s InfoSphere Streams software, researchers are able to quickly ingest, correlate and analyze data as it arrives from more than 500 sensors implanted in
Infrastructure matters across all industries. IBM Big Data & Analytics solutions and the power of the IBM infrastructure enabled Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated to save money and speed transactions, The National Football League to find new ways to create more and better quality schedules
Andy Hayler, CEO of The Information Difference, tells us that “the average large company has six different competing sources of customer data and nine different competing sources of product data.” For companies to succeed data quality is imperative.
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IBM Big Data & Analytics has enabled Dubai Statistics Center to provide government officials, researchers, businesses and public sector organizations with accurate and deep insight about the region’s economic growth, social development and evolving global business climate.
The city of Honolulu is employing data to serve customers better. Gordon Bruce, information technology director and CIO of the City and County of Honolulu declared that “to be able to now, on [a] single platform...run multiple operating systems [and] applications [is] key to governments.”
The Internet of Things (IoT) is the result of the convergence of technologies that have emerged over the last 20 years. We now live in an era of connected cars, connected homes and connected lives. The IoT is disrupting many industries, including insurance. For insurers, the technologies that
A common myth is that only large organizations need a data scientist. Bu the fact is, every company of every size in every industry can benefit from better analyzing the data they already have and incorporating new data sources to gain deeper insights. Who helps make this happen? It’s that data
Companies are in a race for growth—to capture new customers, retain those they have, provide a better customer engagement experience and improve business operations. More data, better data, analyzed with in-memory speed, helps you make better decisions faster.
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Big data and analytics are being used today by more and more people throughout an organization to make operational and strategic decisions. This means that data and analytics, and the insights they provide, are critical to making the right moves that grow revenue, better engage customers and
Businesses have figured out that analytics are in their future, but what does it mean to be an analytically driven organization? What data and analytics do you need?
With today’s technology, you can do so many new things that were not possible two or three years ago. Let’s start thinking about
Context solves the big data mystery. Is there an opportunity hiding in your data? Learn how to shift through big data clues to find opportunities and mitigate risk. Observe each data point, put it into context, analyze it and dynamically shift your course of action.
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All the data in the world is useless if you can't put it to work. In this video, IBM Information Management General Manager Beth Smith explains how to make your data work using new data services capabilities and big data and analytics solutions from IBM, that will transform how users conduct
What if you could drive every decision, fuel every process and inform every interaction with fresh insight? Create new value in every aspect of your business and compete on speed to action? The opportunities are here…now. Are you ready to achieve outcomes that have been beyond your reach?
Nancy Bachrach, senior manager of registration for the Girl Scouts of Eastern PA, declared that predictive analytics gave the organization the “opportunity to base decisions on actual data.” Using this data they were able to better understand their customers: girl scouts.
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“Real time means right now. It means right in this second” says Mike Gualtieri, principal analyst at Forrester Research. To improve the customer experience, businesses need to tap into customer data to deliver the right offers and right experience throughout customer journey. Often this means