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Complex Data Analysis with Microsoft

Discover how to zero in on the data and insights you need to analyze cost, inventory, and production data to drive supply chain efficiency.

Analyzing and interpreting complex data sets can be very time consuming. Using specific tools can help team members collaborate and gain insights on important projects.

supply chain, logistics, sales, marketing, data, team, HR, CRM
Recorded May 19 2016 19 mins
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