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Lyndon_Henry
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Re: Business questions in Analytics
Lyndon_Henry   12/27/2016 10:44:13 PM
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The infographic (and presumably the survey report) states "With more companies uitilizing analytics today, it's harder to differentiate yours from the competition" ...

But is the degree to which your organization is "utilizing analytics" the appropriate measure to compare your organization with the competition? Or ... should the goal actually be the results of your analytics, and how this relates to your organization's performance? 

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Re: Business questions in Analytics
Zimana   12/27/2016 7:39:13 PM
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Indeed upward is an apt description - the inheirant nature of software is to improvement, and the value of data has an experation date. Both software and data are at the core of analytics, so improvement is inevitable, requiring users and benefactors to do better.

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Business questions in Analytics
Marketing Analyst   5/30/2016 4:44:17 AM
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The trend is upward: companies need and will continue to strive for insightful, actionable analytics. Actually if the business has no clear or not relevant questions and challenges the analytical part is struggling.

State business questions and we give you the answers - or at least some insights that help you to make decisions. Let's try this :)

 



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