Analytics represent the tools, processes and techniques for the exploration and analysis of business data to discover and identify new and meaningful insight and trends that allow for analysis to take place.

NewsThe Precision Medicine Initiative (PMI) Cohort Program is designed to map the genomes of 1 million U.S. participants and make the data available to researchers with the hope it will lead to medical breakthroughs.
BlogWhen leveraged effectively, the data that companies have collected can allow them to gain customer insights, increase efficiency, and reduce costs.
BlogThere are many reasons for an organization concerned with managing its data to consider data virtualization, most stemming from the fact that the data does not have to be copied to a new location.
NewsAmFed will use the software to provide its underwriters with better visibility into risk selection and pricing.
NewsThe tool actually is an algorithm, a mathematical function of feeding data through a process to get meaningful insights by putting concepts into a set of rules written in a programming language.
Gartner has released its Magic Quadrant for Top Companies for Data Integration Tools, looking at the leaders, visionaries, challengers, and niche players. Here’s a look at who made each category, and why.
FeatureWhile they both rely on computers to make investment decisions, AI programs go a step further than quant software by attempting to improve themselves over time -- mimicking the human brain’s and learning.
BlogWe expect nonrelational databases to be the fastest-growing sector within big data management solutions. We forecast that NoSQL will grow 25.0% and Hadoop will grow 32.9% annually over the forecast period.
FeatureWhile BI tools do offer a means to their systematic optimization goals, they fail miserably in getting business intelligence into the hands of the professionals who need it most, like marketers and salespeople.
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BlogDentsu Aegis is not unique in its acquisition of a data/CRM agency. All of the other holding companies have them too.
Gartner has released its Magic Quadrant for Metadata Management Solutions. The report looks at nine players in the metadata product space, including leaders, visionaries, challengers, and niche players. Here’s a look at who made the quadrant, and why.
FeatureThe algorithm system allows the number of people involved in verification to be significantly reduced, potentially from dozens to only a couple per transaction.
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