In my first post I looked at the role of analytics in policing and how analytics could and should be used to benefit modern policing. However, a key point that can be forgotten is analytics is only as good as the data it is based on. It’s vital to have
Retailers around the globe struggle to accurately forecast demand and, more importantly, optimise inventory levels. Consequently, this has a massive effect on bottom-line profitability. My last blog post focused specifically on the problem of “getting the size mix right” that retailers face and how advanced analytical techniques can provide a
Si abbassano le barriere d’ingresso per i nuovi operatori. Dalla gestione e monitoraggio delle frodi alla tutela del consumatore, dall’innovazione tecnologica all’adeguamento normativo, le opportunità per le banche sono molte. Si parla ormai da tempo di PSD2, ma ora siamo agli sgoccioli. Il 2018 è il termine entro cui la
Considering the growing amount of data available and the rise of edge computing, we can expect rapid growth for AI and decisions on the edge (addressed in AI on the edge will kick IoT market adoption, not 5G). All of this influences how we can cope with the speed of
I can still remember the emergence in the 1990s of Java as a universal and largely open-sourced programming language. Some observers believed it would signal the eventual demise of proprietary languages such as C, Fortran and Cobol. Current surveys, however, and there are many, confirm that plenty of people continue
Analytics is on every agenda – including Enterprise Architecture Data analytics and AI is now on the agenda of every organisation. After years of being the back-room preserve of analysts, it is now out in the open, in the boardroom and being proclaimed as central to business strategy and transformation.