7 Business Analytics Gurus You Should Be Following on Twitter
Here are seven analytic pros offering outspoken commentary in 140 characters or less on Twitter.
Along with podcasts, blogs and traditional research, Forrester Research Analyst Mike Gualtieri brings his futurist bent into the analytics fold with consistent entries and RTs on predictive analytics, big data and more.
Granville, the publisher of the Analytic Bridge newsletter, digs deep into a background on data science and infrastructure with daily tweets that slant toward the technical side of data.
Laney offers regular dispatches on his own work at Gartner and plenty of straight forward bites on others in the field. There are crunchy business-side tweets, too, from this originator of Infonomics.
Not just a conduit for Hypatias materials, Ament touches on the business value behind analytics and the changing view of customer intelligence.
At Nucleus Research, Park heads investigations into analytics along with a bit of mobility and enterprise social media. Parks feed spreads across the many business interests and possibilities from analytics.
Piatetsky is an avid voice for the data mining and analytics communities through his consultancy and conference group. But hes a near constant presence on Twitter, doling out a healthy mix of analytic facts and trends as well as news-of-the-day.
The Seattle-based speaker, consultant and blogger with a self-described passion for analytics has a heavy focus on the marketing and customer experience side of business number crunching and tracking.
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With more than 500 million users generating 340 million tweets a day, it can be hard to pick out the true industry experts, especially in the maturing space of business analytics. However, certain voices on analytics rise to the top.
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