Predicting the Future of Predictive Analytics

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SAP commissioned Loudhouse to conduct primary research among business decision-makers in U.K. and U.S. organizations to understand their attitudes to and experiences of predictive analytics, as well as a future view of usage, value, and investment. Read the results of the study in this report.

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