Feed the World
Beth Schultz 6/17/2013 1 comment
Nalini Polavarapu, advanced analytics lead, Monsanto, explains the company's vision of sustainable agriculture.
Rough Going? Suck It Up
Noreen Seebacher 6/14/2013 3 comments
Jonathan Pierce, social media director at American Airlines, says you have to take the rough with the smooth.
Amazon & Analytics
Pierre DeBois 5/7/2013 2 comments
Amazon has expanded into the world of business intelligence. Could web analytics be next?
Beth Schultz 5/3/2013 2 comments
Insurance companies have no excuse not to be using advanced analytics in their fight against fraud.
Strength in Numbers
Beth Schultz 4/22/2013 1 comment
Hear, hear! to the folks who count themselves among analytics professionals and who will be gathering next week at SAS Global Forum.
Ford Revs Up With Big-Data
Beth Schultz 4/12/2013 2 comments
In an All Analytics interview, Mike Cavaretta, technical leader, predictive analytics at Ford Research & Advanced Engineering, shares how big-data is fueling vehicle decisions.
Get On With It!
Beth Schultz 4/11/2013 1 comment
Analytics professionals and SAS executives share how organizations can get on with their work so much faster when working in a high-performance and visual analytics environment.
Lessons From Yahoo
Pierre DeBois 4/3/2013 1 comment
Yahoo's veto of telecommuting gives analytics professionals something to think about.
Pierre DeBois 3/28/2013 2 comments
Inclusion of YouTube plays in Billboard's Top 100 highlights the shift in how we discover new music.
That'll Be a 34C
Beth Schultz 3/1/2013 8 comments
In a new use of personal analytics, True & Co. applies an algorithm to determine which bra styles best fit its customers.
Color Me Happy
Tricia Aanderud 1/23/2013 5 comments
Color is an excellent way to add that extra something to your reports.
Lisa Dierker, a Wesleyan professor who taught a statistics class on the Coursera massively open online course platform, talks about all her behind-the-scenes help.
Humanities scholars take on copyright protectionists in their desire to perform statistical and computational analyses of millions of digital books.
SAS Visual Analytics will bring Lenovo the insight it'll need to be ultra flexible with its Yoga 11S marketing spend.
To survive and thrive in today’s fast moving, highly competitive environment, companies must find their competitive edge.
All that big-data ushers in will not have positive impact.
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