Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 21st August 2014 |
Gregory over at KDNuggets had an interesting post with some Top Analytics and Big Data trends ahead of Strata Hadoop NYC Conference based on input from their readers. Three trends struck me: The challenge of communicating complex analyses to non-technical clients/partners We are having increasing success using logical decision models to show how data and analytics drive better […]
We have recently updated this white paper on using Decision Management to make your operational systems analytical and improve customer treatment.
Applying predictive analytics to operational decision making is the next wave of business innovation. Operational decisions drive interactions and determine the actions taken by an organization. Operational decisions are critical to how an organization treats, and is perceived by, its customers, its partners and its suppliers. Decision Management is the framework needed to fully exploit this opportunity.
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Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 13th November 2013 |
The old way: Big data is a hot topic. Big Data was coined as a term by Gartner to mean data that has Volume (more data), Variety (of many types) and Velocity (that arrives more rapidly). Value is extracted from big data using advanced analytics such as data mining and predictive analytics. This data can […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 13th May 2013 |
I am speaking with Dean Abbott at the TDWI Executive Summit in San Diego, August 20th at 4:15pm on Ten Best Practices in Operational Analytics One of the most powerful ways to apply advanced analytics is by putting it to work in operational systems. Using analytics to improve the way every transaction, every customer, and every website visitor […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 26th November 2012 |
Analytics magazine recently published an article I wrote on Operationalizing Analytics. The need to create a more industrialized process for building and deploying analytics is one I discuss regularly on the blog and in articles. As I say in the article: To broadly and effectively adopt predictive analytics organizations must operationalize analytics. Operationalizing analytics requires […]
Posted By: James Taylor | Posted On: 25th October 2012 |
Enterprise Architects partner with the business to help them take full advantage of the technologies that their organizations are using, or should be using. They map technologies to the business requirements, ensure that technologies are applied cost-effectively and for maximum business benefit. Why do Enterprise Architects want Decision Management? Many Enterprise Architects are chartered with […]