Three Things to Maximize Machine Learning ROI

Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Time: 10:00 am PST, 1:00 pm EST

There’s a whirlwind of enthusiasm around machine learning (ML). According to a survey by New Vantage Partners, 75% of business leaders have high hopes that it will transform their organizations and open up a whole host of exciting opportunities. But the reality does not always match up with the expectations. Gartner points out that, while 86% of organizations indicate that they have ML on their radar or have initiated projects, only 4% have actually deployed projects. Many companies are finding themselves stuck in pilot project mode and are struggling to fully adopt and operationalize their insights. Getting ROI from ML takes not only discipline, but a new, unique approach. 

If you’re already investing in ML, this webinar will show you how to boost your ROI to get the most out of your ML investments. If you’re planning such an investment, we’ll help you get started in the right direction. In this webinar, James Taylor, CEO of Decision Management Solutions, will explain the three essential elements to successfully integrate ML into your organization:

  • Begin and end with business decisions—not technology.
  • Mix and match the right decisioning technology.
  • Use ML to continually learn, adapt, and improve. 

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Date: Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Time: 10:00 am PST, 1:00 pm EST

James Taylor

 

James Taylor is the founder and CEO of Decision Management Solutions, which helps organizations make data-driven decisions by applying advanced analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), business rules, and supporting technologies. He has over 20 years experience in software development and is the foremost thinker and published writer on the topic of decision management.

 

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