Tag: predictive analytics

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
Suneel Grover 0
SAS Customer Intelligence 360: Factorization machines, visual analytics, and personalized marketing

In a previous posting, SAS Customer Intelligence 360 was highlighted in the context of delivering relevant product, service, and content recommendations using automated machine learning within digital experiences. Shifting gears, SAS recognizes there are different user segments for our platform. This post will focus on building custom analytical recommendation models

Advanced Analytics
Antibiotic resistance is rising to dangerously high levels

The use of antibiotics is growing rapidly. Excessive or inappropriate prescriptions of antibiotics and lack of follow-up on treatments results in antimicrobial resistance. The antimicrobials become resistant, and therefore they do not act on antibiotics as expected. This makes treatment ineffective, and already now 20-50 percent of all antibiotic prescriptions

Analytics | Data Visualization
Gregor Herrmann 0
BI ist tot? Noch lange nicht!

Die Diskussionen im IT-Umfeld kreisen heute vorwiegend um Trendthemen wie künstliche Intelligenz (KI), Machine Learning, Chatbots, Blockchain oder Hackathons. Von Business Intelligence (BI) ist kaum noch die Rede. Bedeutet das also, dass diese inzwischen überflüssig ist?  Die Antwort auf diese Frage lautet definitiv: nein. Dennoch lohnt sich ein genauerer Blick,

Analytics
Gregor Herrmann 0
Why BI is not dead

There is a lot of buzz in the market about artificial intelligence, machine learning, chatbots, blockchains and hackathons. The list could go on. You do not hear much about business intelligence these days. Does this mean BI is no longer needed? Absolutely not, but I do believe it is worth

Analytics
John Hawkins 0
Forecourt of the future

Why do you visit your local petrol station forecourt? Well, probably one reason is to buy fuel for your car, but there is no question that forecourts have changed. Twenty or thirty years ago, you would (more or less) only have been able to buy fuel, plus oil or bulbs

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
Suneel Grover 0
Algorithmic marketing attribution and conversion journey analysis [Part 3]

In Part 1 and Part 2 of this blog posting series, we discussed: Our current viewpoints on marketing attribution and conversion journey analysis in 2017. The selection criteria of the best measurement approach. Introduced our vision on handling marketing attribution and conversion journey analysis. We would like to conclude this

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Customer Intelligence | Machine Learning
Malcolm Lightbody 0
Algorithmic marketing attribution and conversion journey analysis [Part 2]

In Part 1 of this blog posting series, we discussed our current viewpoints on marketing attribution and conversion journey analysis in 2017. We concluded on a cliffhanger, and would like to return to our question of which attribution measurement method should we ultimately focus on. As with all difficult questions

Advanced Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Customer Intelligence | Machine Learning
Suneel Grover 0
Algorithmic marketing attribution and conversion journey analysis [Part 1]

Everyone has a marketing attribution problem, and all attribution measurement methods are wrong. We hear that all the time. Like many urban myths, it is founded in truth. Most organizations believe they can do better on attribution. They all understand that there are gaps, for example, missing touchpoint data, multiple

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Internet of Things
Samuel Blanquet 0
The factory of the future is not a low-cost proof-of-concept — but proof-of concept is possible

Manufacturers are not like Steve Jobs. He famously didn’t worry about market research when developing the iPod, merely assuming — some would say arrogantly — that the product was so good that everyone would buy it. He was right, but few would have his confidence. Manufacturers, by contrast, tend to

Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
Suneel Grover 0
How does a marketer know what to test?

As customer interactions spread across multiple touch points, consumers demand seamless and relevant experiences. Traditional planning and design approaches--that rely on historical conventions, myopic single-channel perspectives and sequential act-and-learn iteration—no longer matches the complexity and pace of modern digital marketing. Marketers must  re-evaluate their strategies for engagement—especially in the area

Analytics | Data Management | Data Visualization
Georgia Mariani 0
6 examples of data management, reporting and analytics in higher education

Today in higher education, savvy users expect to have the information they need to make data-informed decisions at their fingertips. As such, leaders in institutional research (IR) are under pressure to provide these users with accurate data, reports and analyses. IR has been tasked with transforming data and reports in

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