November 10, 2011 – Early adopters of analytics are racing ahead of basic users in terms of competitive advantage, with organizational hindrances providing the biggest integration stumbling block, according to new findings in a survey from MIT and IBM.

The report, “Analytics: The Widening Divide,” is based on survey responses from more than 4,500 administrators and analysts from 30 industries across 120 countries conducted by MIT’s Sloan Management Review and IBM’s Institute for Business Value. It builds on information from a survey released in 2010 by the two organizations entitled “Analytics: The New Path to Value.”

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