Building Blocks to Evolving Your Predictive Analytic Practice

In any competitive market, leveraging data to understand a customer s next move is essential. Thus, to achieve an advantage in customer marketing, companies have invested millions in customer intelligence systems. Despite this investment, many companies still struggle to increase marketing return on investment (ROI). This is due largely to the absence of an effective predictive analytics approach to customer data.

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TEC 2015 Cloud BI and Analytics Buyer's Guide

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After the advent of the Internet, “cloud computing” is perhaps the biggest trend in the recent history of the information technology (IT) industry. Having emerged as the ultimate software delivery platform paradigm, cloud computing has dramatically impacted not only the IT industry, but also the way business is conducted. It has accelerated the emergence of highly innovative business intelligence (BI) and business analytics offerings while boosting the evolution and radical adaptation of existing... Read More

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