We are in an era when mobility is critical to many business applications. Smart phones may come to mind first, but look around your organization, and see the portable devices and heavy equipment that are generating data in the field. Think test equipment and delivery vehicles, for example. What can the data they produce tell you about their status and how they are being used by your personnel or your customers?
Alex Glaser, a director with Harbor Research Inc., joins All Analytics Radio on Wednesday, August 26, at 2 pm (EDT) to discuss how enterprise analytics teams can use that data and predictive analytics tools to drive operational efficiency and improve customer service.
In this event you will learn:
- How some organizations are identifying new mobile applications built not only around phones but with many other types of intelligent devices
- How to effectively manage and evaluate the volumes of big data generated by mobile devices in an enterprise organization
- How mobile devices can enable the real-time reporting and tracking of data to improve visibility into these systems
- How analytics of data from gear such as test and measurement devices can move intelligence out to the edge
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