Digital transformation is everywhere. It's in the networks of consumer data that tell a story of who we are and how we behave. It's in the bank branch or insurance agency that moves and shifts towards providing financial products through an online customer experience. It's in the palm of our hands as we text, swipe, and tap our way to faster answers and instant gratification.
Digital transformation is everywhere, and in order for businesses to benefit and stay competitive, they must join the advanced analytics game. Businesses will feel the biggest benefit and impact when they utilize big data, advanced analytics, artificial intelligence (AI), and digital decisioning technology to do the following:
– Automate operational decisions in real time with confidence
– Digitally transform their operations to not only impact business performance, but also, improve the customer experience
– Compete on analytics without extra headcount or hiring of data scientists
Through the power of data, machine learning, and digital decisioning technology, business users can quickly and accurately achieve the above business milestones — no data scientists required. From there the automation and digital transformation possibilities are limitless for creating a rich and seamless customer experience that will keep your business one step ahead of the competition.
Cloud analytics has great momentum and that is for a reason: it allows for real-time and live analytics without needing to prepare an environment. In this webinar you will learn how to apply SAP Cloud analytics using BusinessObjects Cloud and the Digital Boardroom. Be amazed by the easiness’ of use and the great visualization capabilities.
Iver van de Zand – SAP Analytics Leader – will provide a deep dive session on the modeling and visualization capabilities of this stunning product
Automation of everyday activities holds the promise of consistency, accuracy and relevancy. When applied to business operations, the additional benefits of governance, adaptability and risk avoidance are realized. Prescriptive analytics empowers both systems and front-line workers to take the desired company action – each and every time. And with data streaming from transactional systems, from IoT, and any other source – doing the right thing with exceptional processing speed embodies the responsive necessity that customers depend on.
This talk will describe how to enable prescriptive analytics – in current business environments and in the emerging IoT.
The challenge of managing millions of size and location requirements is overwhelming, and the results are not readily scalable with our given staff. While technology and vast amounts of data help create more localized assortments based on consumer preferences, product attributes and location performance, it’s nearly impossible to narrow the assortment management process to the size level with great accuracy.
J. Crew executives, Jason Nusca, Vice President Merchandise Information Office, and Pamella Lee, Vice President Allocation will join SAS Retail Solutions and Analytics Advisors, Donna McGuckin and Jason Gautereaux, to discuss how retail and wholesale organizations are transforming and enabling their teams to:
•Maximize omni-channel inventory to meet consumer size demand
•Make millions of item/location decisions accurately by size
•Transform business to meet winning omni-channel strategies profitably
•Identify the business value and build confidence enterprise wide
Best Practice on Leveraging Analytics to Improve Business Outcomes
How important are analytics in driving opportunities for your company?
It's a question more and more organisations are asking themselves as they struggle to transform their data into actionable insights in order to drive growth. And while businesses of all shapes and sizes aspire to make decisions based on data and analytics, most cannot visualise how best to achieve this. Our 2016 Enterprise Analytics Study explored the state of analytics maturity across today's leading organisations and uncovered the main challenges organisations are facing in their quest to become analytically driven.
Whether you're using analytics for finance, marketing, compliance, or supply, attend our webinar to learn more about:
1) The key findings from our 2016 Enterprise Analytics Study
2) The main challenges faced in using analytics to deliver a competitive advantage
3) A better understanding of how your analytics function compares
4) How you could be better leveraging analytics as a driver for growth
Plus a Q&A session with Dun & Bradstreet's own Chief Analytics Officer, Nipa Basu.
To be an analytics driven organisation you need core competencies in a number of dimensions. Organisations/ companies have invested as the market has matured, and we are at a point where Predictive Analytical Models are now ingrained around many of our daily routines.
In this webinar, we will discuss:
· Common data challenges in predictive analytics
· Ways to build in technical controls (ex. rules-based engine)
· Best practice tips for not getting in trouble when launching an analytics strategy and using data
"Moneyball", the bestselling book and Hollywood movie, shows how the Oakland A's, a small-market team in Major League Baseball, have used data analytics to develop a "David" strategy to compete with resource-rich goliaths such as the New York Yankees. "Moneyball" has encouraged teams around the world to embrace analytics as a potential source of competitive advantage. Bill, a former consultant with the A's, has developed coach-led analytics with several teams in different sports in several countries.
In his presentation, Bill will share the lessons he has learnt on how to integrate data analytics effectively into the performance management process. He will argue that it is crucial for organisations to have a strong cultural commitment to evidence-based practice in which managers and analysts have a mutual respect for each other's contributions to the continuing search for the best ways to improve future performance.
Corruption dates back to the start of business but has come under greater focus in the last decade with enhanced enforcement of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. What has changed over time are the tools and more precisely, analytics, which can be used to detect bribery and other corruption schemes.
In this webinar, Fraud Analytics expert, Rich Lanza will explore this important topic and provide a roadmap for taking an analytic approach to root out organizational corruption.
• The top internal and external data sources to interrogate for corruption schemes
• How to identify the key red flags leading to corrupt behavior and how they present themselves in data
• The best ways to bolster any compliance program with data-driven prediction and decision making analytics
• The steps to complete a who, what, when, and where set of analytics to hone in on the specific corruption and bribery within your business processes
• The benefits of integrating and managing a continuous review of data sets to identify corrupt behavior
Join us Thursday, June 22 at 12pm EDT/9am PDT and learn how best to apply analytics to detect corruption and safeguard your organization.
Incremental improvements in supply chain operations are no longer enough in the competitive aerospace marketplace. Advanced analytics are key to enabling step-level changes, but developing and implementing those analytics requires an organization that can develop, implement, interpret and act on the same. This session will explore the challenges involved and how to address them. Discussion points include understanding what drives the need for analytics, what gets in the way and critical success factors. We'll also examine case studies on what can happen with 13 weeks, a motivated team and a value proposition.Read more >
Data leaders face a daunting challenge: implementing enterprise-wide data strategies that deliver tangible wins without sacrificing security, agility, and transparency. To successfully implement their strategies, they must approach this by deploying a solution that leverages existing investments while meeting changing organizational needs. We will discuss best practices for taking their data strategies through the last mile and how an Analytics OS makes it possible.
* Understanding of the need for an analytics strategy
* Best practices around implementing an analytics strategy
* How the needs of an analytics strategy tie in to the design of an analytics operating system
How to win your end users using state of art modern analyticsRead more >
Although the recent Equifax breach that reportedly compromised 143 million accounts has sent consumers scrambling to protect their assets, financial institutions and corporations are likely to feel the impending effects of this attack as well.
It is predicted there will be a surge in social engineering and BEC scams, as the hackers now have a wealth of information needed to impersonate individuals and corporate entities in a variety of contexts. However, the right strategic approach and technology solutions can effectively mitigate the fraud risk.
In this webinar, guest speaker Andras Cser, VP, Principal Analyst in Security & Risk from Forrester Research, provides an expert industry perspective and discuss what financial institutions and corporations can do to protect themselves. You will gain insight into how organizations are raising their defenses, understand the best practices to minimize fraud loss, and learn how advanced analytics solutions can help minimize the risk.
In today’s retail industry, the customer service bar is set higher than ever—the nice-to-haves are now the must-haves, and if you don’t offer them, customers will turn to other retailers who do. From print ads to e-commerce to brick and mortar, customers expect a unified experience across all sales touchpoints, otherwise known as an omnichannel experience.
How do you know what the customers want? A data-driven strategy is key to deepening consumer understanding, increasing engagement, and maintaining a seamlessly integrated customer experience.
With the right analytics approach, you can increase efficiency and improve results through:
• Facilitating timely, fact-based decision-making
• Executing targeted marketing campaigns
• Improving supply chain management
• Maximising sales and profitability
• Transforming store operations
During this 45 minute webinar Ronald will propose a structured journey to achieving these goals, Ian will bring those steps to life through a practical demonstration of Pyramid Analytics’ BI Office in a retail environment and Martin will provide perspectives from his experience as Technology Director at Liberty Ltd and Head of Strategy and Architecture with Harrods.
Buzzwords can be daunting. Take artificial intelligence – everyone's talking about it, so you feel like if you're not using it to further your business goals, you're falling behind. The good news is the real action around AI is happening now through advancements in analytics – faster computing, more complex algorithms and intelligent analytical output. But, because computers don’t understand strategy, human integrity is needed to identify and implement your organization’s vision for embracing AI. In this webinar, join Intel and SAS for a discussion on what’s needed to enable AI and what industry use cases can support development of your strategy.Read more >
The digital era is disrupting every industry and healthcare is no exception. Emerging technologies will introduce challenges and opportunities to transform operations and raise the bar of consumer experience. Success in this new era requires a new way of thinking, new skills, and new technologies to help your organization embrace digital health. In this webinar, we’ll demonstrate how to measure your organization's analytics maturity and design a strategy to digital transformation.
This webinar will discuss the requirements to transform your business operations and show you how an organization's analytics maturity can be measured and used to create a competitive advantage.
Join us to gain insight on the digital trends transforming healthcare and learn how to:
•Leverage transformational design thinking methodologies to discover new opportunities, optimize existing operations, and improve experiences.
•Measure and compare their organization's analytics maturity.
•Develop a strategy for leveraging analytics and design thinking as a competitive differentiator
Agility — doing things fast, and iteratively — is the key to success in turbulent markets. Analytics-as-a-Service partnerships can facilitate agile analytics allowing you to develop and iterate algorithms and models faster, and more effectively, than is possible when you are responsible for deploying and managing your own advanced analytics infrastructure.
This webinar will explore the emergence of analytics as a service (AaaS), and the use of AaaS providers to avoid the time, cost and risk associated with deploying cutting-edge advanced analytics infrastructure. You’ll hear about the emergence of AaaS, the profile of companies exploiting AaaS providers, and the criteria you should use when evaluating AaaS providers, as well as the economic and time-to-market benefits of leveraging Analytics-as-a-Service partnerships to improve your advanced analytics capabilities and leapfrog your competition.
Join us to learn how Analytics-as-a-Service can help develop competitive advantage and increase agility in the ever-evolving marketplace.
When it comes to using data and analytics to drive business results, where does the retail industry stand relative to other industries? And more importantly, where does your company stand against a retail industry index? In this webinar, IIA CEO Jack Phillips will reveal IIA’s retail industry analytics maturity index, and describe the characteristics of the highest-performers. Retail Analytics expert, Scott Friesen will provide additional insights from his experience on the front lines at Ulta Beauty and Best Buy. “Competing on analytics” is no longer a mystery - join us to learn how your company can get with the program.Read more >
BigData requires processing performance but even more it requires agility of your cloud analytics. Iver will demonstrate how today's SAP Analytics has leading capabilities when used in a highly complex and dynamic environment accessing extreme data volumes.Read more >
Healthcare providers have significant work left to do in order to get the most value out of the data they collect. While most hospitals and other healthcare provider organizations have implemented core components of an EMR, giving them access to large amounts of data on their patients, processes and costs, those assets have not yet been put to their best use.
These are among the key findings of the “The State of Analytics Maturity for Healthcare Providers,” a report issued today and based on data collected from more than 1,800 respondents at 22 healthcare provider organizations. The report was written by the International Institute for Analytics (IIA), the leading independent research firm focused exclusively on guiding its clients to leverage the power of analytics, in cooperation with HIMSS Analytics, the research and analytics arm of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS).
Join this webinar and learn more about the state of analytics maturity for healthcare providers, and how you can measure your healthcare provider organization.
As the adoption of a variety of analytics continues to grow across all industries, so does the focus on attaining a data-driven competitive advantage. A key requirement for becoming analytically competitive is that companies of all types, whether they are long-standing corporations or emerging startups, must invest in their analytics talent. With the ongoing talent shortage in analytics and the challenges of attracting the right talent, a strategic approach is necessary when recruiting and retaining analytics professionals.
In this webinar, Burtch Works analytics talent experts, Linda Burtch and Katie Prezas will provide actionable guidance for hiring managers and analytics leaders looking to strengthen and grow their analytics teams.
When you are trying to make sense out of your data, where do you begin?
Two popular approaches to visual data analysis include data visualisation and visual analytics. Each plays an important role in data exploration. You don’t have to choose one or the other — they both help you to see and understand your data.
In this live webinar you will discover what visual analytics really is and how the visual analytics process can encourage deeper analysis of your data.
Join us to learn about:
-The first step in data exploration - how to answer 'what' questions in your data
-The power of asking why - how to dig deeper into your data by asking 'why'
-What visual analytics can do for you - live demo using Transport for London data
In this Ask the Expert webinar, predictive analytics expert Bruce Kolodziej from Information Builders will cover:
- How to make better, faster, and more accurate business decisions
- How to generate revenue, reduce costs and risks, and improve processes by implementing predictive analytics
- How to realize the true value of predictive analytics
You will also have the chance to ask your questions and have them answered live on air.
Daten gelten als Öl des 21. Jahrhunderts und Produktionsfaktor. Immer mehr Daten werden gesammelt, um fundierter entscheiden zu können und das Unternehmen dadurch erfolgreicher zu steuern. Dabei sind Unternehmen i.d.R. doppelt herausgefordert: einerseits durch die ständig wachsende Menge an Daten, andererseits durch die Notwendigkeit, sämtlichen Mitarbeitern immer umfassenderen Zugriff auf Daten zu geben.
Es kann daher durchaus schwierig erscheinen, die riesigen Datenmengen und -nutzung erfolgreich zu managen.
Eine Corporate Self-Service Analytics (SSA)-Umgebung ist daher ein wesentlicher Bestandteil zur Stärkung einer datengestützten Strategie.
Erfahren Sie in diesem Webinar von Ronald van Loon, Big Data-, Analytics- & IoT-Experte, und Dirk Jung, Solution Sales Architect bei Pyramid Analytics:
• Vorteile, die eine SSA-Umgebung bietet
• Wie Ihr Unternehmen eine SSA-Umgebung erfolgreich managen kann
• Best Practices
• Praktische Beispiele analytischer Governance in einer SSA-Umgebung mit BI Office
• Hilfreiche Tipps, womit und wie Sie am besten beginnen
• Weitverbreitete Fallstricke, die mit einer SSA-Umgebung verbunden und zu vermeiden sind
In einer abschließenden Q&A-Runde haben Sie dann noch die Möglichkeit, mit unseren beiden Experten Fragen bzw. Themen zu diskutieren.