Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 1st June 2015 |
November 2, 2015 BBC2015 I am giving a workshop tutorial at BBC 2015 on Business Analysis and Architecture with Decision Modeling Monday November 2, 1:30pm: The proven technique of decision modeling is fast becoming the go-to approach for extending business architectures and system requirements to include business decisions. Modeling business decisions as peers to business processes […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 28th October 2014 |
For live updates from IBM Insight 2014, follow @jamet123 and www.jtonedm.com. Here are the live blogging updates from conference: Table of contents for IBM Insight 2014 Opening #IBMInsight Keynote: Seize This Moment: Envision Your Future #IBMInsight Keynote: Envision you journey: Are you ready for real-time decision-making? #IBMInsight Powerful Analytics for Everyone #IBMInsight Keynote: Seize this […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 20th May 2014 |
Some time back I participated in a large group of practitioners working on a new version of A Guide to the Business Analysis Body of Knowledge® . After months of consolidating feedback and updating this (vry thorough) document, the IIBA has announced a public review of version 3. As their own newsletter says:
You can review the entire document or focus only on your areas of expertise and provide your feedback to the international, volunteer Core Team. Be sure to forward this email to your colleagues and friends in the Business Analyst profession and encourage them to participate. The more people from more countries, industries and companies of all sizes who contribute, the stronger this version of the BABOK® Guide will be!
[IIBA has] implemented a new Feedback Collector that makes it easy to submit suggestions, propose edits and provide feedback. To learn how to us
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 27th March 2014 |
Please describe your current role and title
DecisionViz is a management consultant that helps companies build leadership in the processes, people, and culture around data visualization. We work with senior management to elevate visualization from the activity of reporting and making charts to being integrated with their daily decision-making. I founded the company in 2012.
What’s your background, how did you come to be working in analytics
Our story I think is like many in the analytics field. It’s been more of an evolution and the company has been almost 20 years in the making.
I was very involved with the Internet before most people heard about the Internet. So we were dealing with how to capture and measure all this new data. I’ve always been on the lookout for how to make that a lot less painful. Most of the work was in financi
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 22nd January 2014 |
Last year I interested Andrea Scarso, CEO of MoneyFarm, about analytics. This was a hugely popular post so I thought I would continue the series this year by interviewing some other analytic practitioners. The first in this continuing series is an interview with Tracy Allison Altman, co-founder of Ugly Research. Ugly Research are developing PepperSlice, […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 22nd January 2014 |
Last year I interested Andrea Scarso, CEO of MoneyFarm, about analytics. This was a hugely popular post so I thought I would continue the series this year by interviewing some other analytic practitioners. The first in this continuing series is an interview with Tracy Allison Altman, co-founder of Ugly Research. Ugly Research are developing PepperSlice, an analytics application for explaining recommendations to decision makers. She’s on Twitter @EvidenceSoup, blogs at EvidenceSoup.com and you can read about her work at Ugly Research.
What’s your background, how did you come to be working in analytics?
I started out as an engineer, evaluating oil and gas investment decisions. This sparked my interest in data and analytical methods, so I got a Master’s (Computer Science concentration) and then a PhD in Pub
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 6th August 2013 |
Adaptive Planning was founded just over 10 years ago to deliver cloud financial planning solutions. They have about 1,600 customers across all industries in 80 countries with about 400 partners worldwide. Focused on management planning, reporting, consolidation and analysis they are increasingly in use beyond the finance organization, moving into sales and other operational areas. […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 12th June 2013 |
I got a chance to catch up with Via Science recently. Via Science is focused on “big math” for “big data.” They see big data companies spanning data collection to search/storage to analysis/visualization. Big Math to Via Science is “the use of leading edge mathematics on very large supercomputing platforms to make better predictions, recommendations, […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 16th May 2013 |
I last got a briefing from Sapiens last year and I recently got an update on Sapiens DECISION release 3.2. Obviously Sapiens DECISION is focused on a robust and complete implementation of The Decision Model as described by KPI. Governance has seen a major update in the recent release. Users create a Business Change Request […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 3rd April 2013 |
I got an update from the folks at Teradata on the Teradata Aster platform recently. I have been briefed on various partnerships around Teradata before – they are very active working with analytics providers on making sure that in-database analytic engines work on Teradata – but had not been briefed specifically on Teradata Aster. Aster […]