James M. Connolly, Editor of All Analytics, 4/29/2016
It's an understatement to say that the healthcare and life sciences sectors -- and the way they utilize analytics -- are going through overdue changes. Yet, even with rapid and dramatic change, it could take years for us to see reasonably final results in some of the efforts to reshape institutions that hold our lives in their hands.
Charlie Chase, Industry Consultant, SAS Retail/CPG Global Practice, 4/28/2016
The digital revolution has affected all aspects of business, including supply chains. The Internet of Things (IoT), with its network of devices embedded with sensors is now connecting the consumer to the factory. Today, technologies such as RFID, GPS, event stream processing (ESP), and analytics are combining to help companies to transform their existing ...
If there was ever a battle cry for hiring analytics professionals, it would certainly come from the researchers behind autonomous vehicles, as the resulting data generates tons of data that need inspection.