Today, analytics are shaping corporate strategies, driving marketing initiatives, even changing how we shop. But it wasn't always like that. Even five years ago the world of analytics was a very different world. The progress may have sneaked up on us.
Join us on Tuesday, July 12, at 2 pm (EDT) when All Analytics Radio hosts a discussion on the changes that analytics have created in the past half decade, what progress still has to be made, and how the use of data will continue to bring change to our organizations and our lives. Consider what you might be doing with analytics five years down the road. Our guests include visualization expert Tricia Aanderud of Zencos and marketing/retail analytics consultant Pierre DeBois of Zimana Analytics.
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Think about some of the changes: the emergence of the data scientist and chief data officer, the boom in interest in IoT, real-time analytics, and the revolution in retail. All are signs of the growth of analytics. Join the discussion.
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