Tag Archives: Analytics

September 28, 2011

Anticipating the Value of Predictive Analytics

My colleague, Fern Halper has just competed an extensive study on predictive analytics. Below is the blog she posted today about the study and the importance of Predictive Analytics to customers. The Inaugural Hurwitz & Associates Predictive Analytics Victory Index is complete! By Fern Halper For more years than I like to admit, I have […]

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November 10, 2010

Who is using advanced analytics?

I have invited Fern Halper,  Partner at Hurwitz & Associates and an authority on analytics add her knowledge to my blog. The following is her request to fill out a short questionnaire about advanced analytics. We will post a summary of her findings. Fern Halper Advanced analytics is currently a hot topic among businesses, but […]

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May 14, 2010

What about Analytics in Social Media monitoring?

Fern Halper is a partner at Hurwitz & Associates. She is a renowned expert on analytics and information management. She is a frequent speaker at analytics events and a well known consultant and commentator.  I am pleased that Fern is contributing to my blog. By Fern Halper I was speaking to a client the other […]

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April 15, 2010

IBM Gets Feisty — Mobilizes Analytics for Oracle Battle

By Merv Adrian, IT Market Strategy In July 2009, IBM announced the Smart Analytics System 7600, a workload-optimized, pre-integrated bundle of hardware and software targeted at the business analytics market. Included in that package are an IBM POWER 550 running AIX, storage, plus InfoSphere Warehouse Enterprise Edition (which consists of DB2, Warehouse design and management […]

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January 25, 2010

Asking the right questions about information governance

I am looking forward to attending The Smart Governance Forum (23rd meeting of the IBM Data Governance Council) in California on February 1-3, where I will be a panelist for a session on Smart Governance Analytics. As my panel group started to plan for the event, I did some background research on the Council to […]

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November 26, 2007

What happens when your BI vendor gets acquired?

  With all of the acquisitions happening in the business intelligence space, customers are in a state of confusion. What do all of these changes mean — both short term and long term? In my view, it is best to take a pragmatic approach to this changing market landscape. This acquisition spree in BI is […]

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