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.

Information Management NewsCDOs will become universal as organizations realize that big data is too specialized and too much of a responsibility for the CIO or CTO.
Information Management NewsUSAA's military customers will be able to use IBM’s tool to ask questions and seek advice on transitioning back to civilian life.
Information Management NewsFlurry analyzes data from smartphone users so developers can better understand their audiences,
Information Management NewsThe proliferation of analytics is enabling insurers such as Farm Bureau Financial Services and Bankers Insurance Group to write more business and be more selective while improving the customer experience and profitability.
Information Management NewsHe’s acquired hundreds of struggling pubs and plans to turn them around by tracking everything from the price charged for beer to daily sales fluctuations to customers’ drink preferences.
TrendsThe next phase of personal cloud will impact mobile, wearables, networking and cloud providers
BlogWhile becoming data-driven is a laudable goal, be wary of becoming too driven by data.
The lead session at the 2014 Pacific Northwest BI Summit focused on how to transition to an analytics-driven organization. Harriet Fryman of IBM and Claudia Imhoff of Intelligent Solutions and the Boulder BI Brain Trust led the discussion on the importance of anayltics, listing 11 business pitfalls hindering analytics success.
Information Management NewsThough analytics can be descriptive and predictive, today most healthcare organizations are users of descriptive analytics, leveraging reporting tools and applications to understand what has already happened in the past to classify and categorize historical data.
BlogTeradata is participating in industry discussions about both data management and analytics
BlogEven with the limitations of big data and traditional scientific methods in business, evidence-based skepticism should drive all discussion in strategy.
ColumnThree primary success factors for effective leaders
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