Tag: predictive analytics

Risk Management
Jonathan Hornby 0
Smarter Government

Earlier this week UK chancellor George Osborne announced his first budget as “tough but fair”. His action on debt echoed austerity measures being taken across other parts of the world. As I write this blog, President Obama and the G20 are assembling in Toronto. Opinions are mixed with Europe pushing

Analytics
Alison Bolen 0
Talking about analytics

In a recent Datamation article, "Business Intelligence Software and Predictive Analytics," Jeff Vance asks, "What exactly is predictive analytics?" His answer, in part: "Take traditional business intelligence, combine it with data mining and add on statistical analysis and you have predictive analytics. Math geeks will squabble over the nuances, say,

Tapan Patel 0
More from Predictive Analytics World

Attending the Predictive Analytics World (PAW) Conference is truly a rewarding experience. Compliments go to Eric Siegel and the conference organizers for assembling such an interesting cast of case studies and speakers. Day 2 kicked off with a key note from Kim Larsen from Charles Schwab & Co. on net

Analytics
Alison Bolen 0
SAS and Accenture: why it matters

The last time I mentioned Accenture on this blog, I linked to their recent survey results, which show that companies are recognizing the value of predictive analytics – and are planning for it. What does that mean for business analytics vendors? In a lot of ways, it means business leaders

Alison Bolen 0
It's not too late for predictive insight

Last week was a busy one in the world of business analytics. The biggest news for SAS is our ranking as a leader in predictive analytics and data mining by an independent analyst firm. In The Forrester Wave: Predictive Analytics and Data Mining Solutions, Q1 2010, SAS earned top overall

Analytics
Anne Milley 0
Hey, IBM, It's About Competing on Analytics!

Doug Henschen, Intelligent Enterprise Editor-in-Chief, in a recent blog post, provides his usual insightful analysis of the market as he cuts through the dizzying spin of IBM exec Ambuj Goyal. The general manager of IBM’s information management division questions the value of business analytics in an interview with Intelligent Enterprise.

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