Category Archives: data analysis

SAP Ariba COO James Lee on the best path to an intelligent and talented enterprise

Learn how how new approaches to spend management, process automation, and integrated procurement align with developing talent, diversity, and sustainability. Continue reading

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How healthcare providers are taking cues from consumer expectations to improve patient experiences

A discussion on how healthcare providers are employing processes and technologies from such industries as retail and financial services to vastly improve the experience and quality of care from the medical patients’ perspective. Continue reading

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How the data science profession is growing in value and impact across the business world

A discussion on how the role of the data scientist in the enterprise is expanding in both importance and influence that warrants a new level of business analysis professional certification. Continue reading

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How global HCM provider ADP mines an ocean of employee data for improved talent management

It’s fascinating because Dr. Goh’s example pertains to talent management, too. Everyone that we work with in the HCM space is looking to gain an advantage when it comes to finding, keeping, and retaining their best talent. Continue reading

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How Norway’s Fatland beat back ransomware thanks to a rapid backup and recovery data protection stack

The next BriefingsDirect strategic storage and business continuity case study discussion explores how Norway’s venerable meat processing business, Fatland, relied on rapid backup and recovery solutions to successfully defended against a nasty ransomware attack. The comprehensive backup and recovery stack allowed Fatland’s production … Continue reading

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How data analytics-rich business networks help close the digital transformation gap

The next BriefingsDirect thought leadership discussion explores how intelligence gleaned from business applications, data, and networks provides the best new hope for closing the digital transformation gap at many companies. A recent global survey of procurement officers shows a major gap between where … Continue reading

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Ryder Cup provides extreme use case for managing the digital edge for 250K mobile golf fans

The next BriefingsDirect extreme IT-in-sports use case examines how an edge-computing Gordian Knot is being sliced through innovation and pluck at a prestigious live golfing event. We will now explore how the 2018 Ryder Cup match between European and US golf players places a … Continue reading

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