6 Key Capabilities an Embeddable Analytics Software Should Deliver

Business intelligence (BI), analytics, and data visualization software is becoming a key component of any organization looking to take more data-driven actions. The acquisition of a BI tool that allows for full control, visual exploration, preparation and transformation of data so that organizations can deliver it in the most actionable way is highly coveted. But companies aren’t just clamoring for

Analyst, Scientist, or Specialist? Choosing Your Data Job Title

There’s a world of job opportunities in data, big data, data analytics, and the business improvement they can bring. A prediction for the United States in 2018 from the McKinsey Global Institute showed a shortfall of deep analytic skills in the amount of more than 140,000 people, not to mention the 1.5 million people needed with the ability to interpret

Big Data Mistakes That Most Companies Make

Modern industries have been revolutionized by big data, and more businesses of every size are adopting it each day. However, even though big data has been around this long, there are still many heavy hitting mistakes being made with how it’s used. Here are 5 of the biggest big data mistakes companies make, and what you can do to avoid

How To Create A 360-Degree Customer View Using Data

How valuable would it be to know everything about your customer’s interactions with your competition? Creating a 360-degree customer view is considered the holy grail of customer intelligence, and you can create it, today. Would you like to know how much they’re spending, when they’re spending, why they’re buying with the competition and not you and, what drives their purchase

Dark Data: The hidden billion dollar opportunity

Every organization collects, stores and retains portions of dark data. It’s the digital equivalent of emotional baggage which hangs around after every user interaction, transaction, and customer engagement. In fact, not using data effectively is costing United Airlines almost $1 Billion annually in lost revenue. Gartner Inc. describes dark data as “information assets that organizations collect, process and store in the course

Are You Ready For Artificially-Intelligent Enterprise Applications?

We’re now clearly in an exponential technology world. Each year brings the same amount of innovation as the previous several years — and the human brain finds it hard to imagine the consequences. For perhaps the first time in history, technology is evolving faster than we expect it to. For example, experts estimated that it would take another decade before a computer