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Mainstreaming Predictive Analytics For The Masses

Whether your business makes medical supplies, or you run a multi-national accounting firm, predictive analytics is necessary. In order for every business, marketing professional and layperson to be able to use predictive analytics, it needs to readily available. However, before we explore why mainstreaming predictive analytics for the masses is important, we first must [...]

2017-03-22T22:51:19+00:00 April 3rd, 2017|

The Analytics Bottleneck: Make Your Data Easier And Quicker To Access

When it comes to big data and analytics, you should be able to access this information quickly without a hassle. Once data has been collected, it is translated into a user-friendly language creating materials that that are crucial to running a business. Big data and analytics serve to track key performance indicators, target new [...]

2017-03-22T22:49:47+00:00 March 27th, 2017|

How To Use Analytics To Take Action For Your Business

Any adept business owner will tell you that in order for your business to thrive and maintain a competitive edge, you need to use analytics to your advantage. Analytics is the discovery and diagnosis of patterns found within data. These patterns are presented in a way that allows businesses to grow by predicting future [...]

2017-03-22T21:55:02+00:00 March 20th, 2017|

How Big Data Analytics Can Help Businesses Learn And Grow

There is information out there that can help your business succeed. This information will give you insight into how consumers think, how to effectively manage your company, how to budget, how to plan, how to gain competitive advantages and most importantly, how to consistently generate revenue. In order to have this information at your [...]

2017-03-22T22:22:17+00:00 March 13th, 2017|

Alternatives To Excel That Are Better For Budgeting And Planning

Excel is spreadsheet technology created by Microsoft to accompany their Windows system. It features graphing tools, calculation, pivot tables and a macro programming language for pattern recognition and creation. Excel was developed by Microsoft, so it is more suited to computers and technology that is either made by or runs on Microsoft systems. However, [...]

2017-03-22T22:24:59+00:00 February 27th, 2017|

Why Cognitive Computing Will Help You Get Your Job Done

Problem solving, forecasting and troubleshooting are three things that every business needs to have control over. Issues can crop up without notice and if you do not have the right resources in place to combat these problems, you risk slowing down your entire operation. With cognitive computing, these issues all but disappear. What is [...]

2017-03-22T22:24:30+00:00 February 20th, 2017|

How To Streamline Your Budget Process & Planning With IBM Cognos TM1

As the economy shifts, it’s important for businesses to adapt. Through strategic planning, budgeting and analysis, we can aim for better business outcomes, regardless of the economic climate. We need to address performance gaps, forecast accordingly and ensure that our financial targets are connected through a dynamic solution. In order to do so, we [...]

2017-03-22T22:30:38+00:00 February 13th, 2017|

IBM Planning Analytics Webinars

IBM Planning Analytics is a fast, easy, flexible and complete cloud planning solution that embeds powerful analytics into your everyday decision-making processes. Participate and see how you can retain the familiarity of Excel but gain so much more with the world’s Smartest Planning & Analytics solution ever! IBM Planning Analytics is built to support the largest of enterprises but priced for small and medium sized businesses so join us to find out how it will work for you.

2017-03-22T22:25:43+00:00 November 30th, 2016|

Why CFOs should care about advanced analytics and cognitive computing?

Historically, the emphasis has been on leveraging trusted information to understand and communicate the state of the business (hindsight), and helping to anticipate where the business is going (foresight). That’s no longer enough. In light of today’s multi-faceted challenges, CFOs must help uncover hidden opportunities and risks. Over 80% of Finance teams expect to use [...]

2017-03-22T22:27:26+00:00 November 30th, 2016|