Collaborative Analytics: Sharing and Harvesting Analytic Insights Across the Business

Sadly, a division exists between business analysts and IT—they often perform separate data-related duties. There are benefits for companies that unite business analytics with business intelligence. But the adaptive information cycle—a model linking the center-out approach of traditional data warehousing to the emergent prototyping typifying today’s analytic environment—is not as complex as it may sound. Learn more.

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Accelerate Your Marketing ROI with Analytics

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Use customer insights to design effective marketing strategies. Extract insights from diverse data sources, including social media and financial systems, regardless of role or environment. Capture real-time insights that help improve the customer experience. Using integrated measurement across multiple channels, your business will experience comprehensive marketing ROI. Watch this video to learn more. Read More

Business Analytics: Benchmarking the Analysis of Data to Gain Insight

Organizations are maturing only slowly in their use of analytics despite the fact that they view them as valuable and important. This research indicates that usability and flexible functionality are important criteria in their search for the right analytics; that failing to examine timely availability, broad access, and efficient handling can obstruct analytics use; and that in technology terms, spreadsheets should be replaced with more appropriate tools. Read More

Helping Midsize Businesses Turn Data into Insights

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The data storm is growing with each business day—with cloud, mobile, and social. How do you move from chaos to collaborative decision making? With integrated business analytics. IBM Business Analytics for midsize businesses is purpose built for your midsize business. It’s simple, complete, and affordable. It’s a nimble, powerful solution that quickly turns data into insights and insights into business growth. Read More

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Advanced Business Analytics Enable Better Decisions in Banking

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Analytics has moved from the specialty of a dedicated few to a necessity for groups of business professionals to do their job. This white paper considers the use of analytics and business intelligence (BI) for improving decision making in the banking industry. It also examines the benefits of prebuilt analytic applications for achieving this objective across functions in a banking organization. Read More

Differentiate and Grow with Profitability Insights

While digital data can provide information that can be important to profitability margins, it can also easily surpass the capacity of your current analytic tools due to the sheer volume now available to businesses. Current analytical systems may not be able to deal with the vast amounts of data now available, compromising resource allocation. New cloud-based enterprise resource planning (ERP) tools are easy to upgrade and deal with large volumes of data effectively, allowing analytical tools to process large amounts of digital data, which can provide a clearer picture on where to best invest time and energy into your company for optimal growth. But best practices also have to be implemented in order to make this data work for you.

Access in real-time to information about trend changes and global markets is vital for businesses that deal with international markets and a variety of currencies when fact-based decision making needs to occur in real-time, and also allows for the establishment of best practice measures in order to maximize profitability.

In this white paper, learn how to become data-driven to your best advantage and establish best practices for measuring profitability, synchronizing access to financial information across a variety of departments, as well as how to develop a stronger partnership between financial and business leaders while creating A Center of Excellence (CoE) to centralize the business lexicon and homogenize business procedures.  Read More

KLP Empowers the Front and Middle Office with Advanced Risk Analytics

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In order for your business to thrive, you need to make good financial choices. Paying attention current risk is vital, but so too is preparing for possible risk through the use of modeling solutions. Once you have solid risk analytics software in place, accessing the data has to be easy, or else you’re not reaping the full potential rewards of modeling.

IBM provides refined, flexible cloud-based solutions that are able to support a wide array of customization options. This allows your business to develop a modeling solution specific to your organization’s needs, optimizing and making the performance of risk management tasks across the entire organization much less difficult. The ease of user adoption means that information gained from risk modeling via IBM’s Business Analytics software can be integrated into the day-to-day activities of your business. Cloud-based technology is also easier to run and use, demanding less IT hours.

Putting IBM’s easy-to-use and simple-to-understand analytic tools in the hands of anyone who needs them means decision making can become more strategic, allowing your team to reach objectives quickly and smoothly. In this case study, learn how IBM’s Business Analytics software can help your organization excel in their fields by identifying market trends, developing budgets according to real-time data results, determining possible problem areas to avoid or resolve, and read how IBM Business Analytics can help with compliance. Learn how scenario comparison and customer analytics can affect your business, and how to use them to your best advantage.  Read More
 
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