The importance of delivering right-time insight


New shifts around big data, mobile computing and heightened customer expectations create new opportunities for analytics at the point of interaction with the client. Frank Fillmore, DB2 Gold consultant at The Fillmore Group, a consulting organization, offers his insight on how enterprise analytics can have a significant impact on how clients maximize the impact of cross-sell and up-sell opportunities with right-time analytics and anti-fraud initiatives.

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