So, Do Analytics Better
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Research shows that the mere adoption of an analytics strategy doesn't translate into a competitive advantage. So, it's time for organizations that want to gain an edge to do analytics better than the competition.
Data's Competitive Advantage: Real But Elusive
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In the newest All Analytics interactive infographic, data from the Winterberry Group highlights how organizations are finding competitive advantage from use of analytics, but that edge takes time and careful planning.
The Right Analytics Talent Brings a Competitive Edge
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Research by MIT and SAS confirms that a culture of embracing analytics combined with the right analytics talent brings an organization dividends in the form of competitive advantage. Check out our infographic detailing the survey findings.
It Pays to Keep Insurance Fraud in Check
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While 97% of insurers say that insurance fraud has increased or remained the same in the past two years, most of those companies report benefits from anti-fraud technology in limiting the impact of fraud, including higher quality referrals, the ability to uncover organized fraud, and improve efficiency for investigators.
Companies Find ROI in Text Analytics
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Enterprises are building up their experience with text analytics, to identify trends in unstructured data, and more of those companies are finding payback in the form of operational efficiencies and new business opportunities. A series of three surveys by Alta Plana - sponsored by SAS - tracked how text analytics is maturing, how companies are using text analytics, and where they are finding business benefits.
Analytics Leads the Way to Customer Loyalty
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Looking to better understand the role analytics plays in successful customer loyalty strategies, the International Institute for Analytics (IIA) conducted a survey of businesses with revenue of $50 million or higher in the US.
Take Analytics to the Next Level
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A new report from MIT Sloan Management Review shows that analytics alone arenít enough to differentiate companies anymore. The real winners are willing to change direction and revise their decision-making processes based on the data.
Listening to the Voice of the Customer
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An Economist Intelligence Unit report examines the all-important, but still elusive, goals of becoming customer-centric and integrating across marketing channels.
Big-Data in Big Companies
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Big companies are making more use of unstructured and structured data, as well as new opportunities to benefit from it.
Squeezing Value From Data
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Businesses that master big-data analytics are emerging as industry leaders armed with deep insights and making faster, better decisions.
The Analytical Advantage
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With an understanding of data's value comes wide-ranging business benefits and increased competitive advantage.
Visualizations help communicate the meaning behind analytics to a variety of users. Now virtual reality is taking that a step further.
You've heard all about the data science talent gap that McKinsey cited in 2011, but there's a lot more -- including new information -- that you need to know about McKinsey's ongoing research. Learn more Thursday on All Analytics Radio.
What hybrid automobile offers the highest MPG? It's not the Prius anymore. Take a look at these visualizations to find out the new leader.
Understanding retail customers means knowing what they will want and when they will want it. To deliver that, retailers must be able to see customer behavior across physical stores, the web, mobile apps, and more.
Chatbots, AI, virtual reality, machine learning, and more will be featured as leading edge technologies for retailers attending the NRF Annual Convention and Expo in New York City. But many retailers are still getting their arms around advanced analytics.
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