Analytics is an old-hat approach to improving business operations. But recently, it has become a kingpin of organizational performance. Why? Call it traditional business intelligence (BI) meets real-time predictive modeling. Or structured and unstructured data converge to form a single, shining truth.

Accolades for the promise of analytics abound. The wake-up call for every organization is this: a renaissance in analytics is raising the competitive bar in the global marketplace by helping companies become more limber, responsive and swift. The gap is growing between those who use analytics and those who don’t.

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