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Microsoft Guest Blog: Advanced Analytics - accuracy, efficiency and delighted customers.

Microsoft Guest Blog.

If you could accurately predict the peaks and troughs in your manufacturing supply chain; if you could quickly and more efficiently meet customer needs; if you could rapidly identify production challenges, you’d want to know how, right? 184 more words

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Advanced Analytics Reference Architecture

Building data platforms and deliverying advanced analytical services in the new age of data intelligence can be a daunting task. It’s not really helping with all the tools and methodologies that we know we can use. 596 more words

Big Data

Will Global Trade Recover Anytime Soon?

In a 2015 United Nations Trade and Development Conference  report  “Trade Slowdown” one reads:

‘As of 2014 the trends in international trade were largely driven by the sluggish economic growth and the persisting economic and political turmoil in various part of the world. 665 more words

Complexity

Microsoft Guest Blog - The financial services rule of thumb: when the customer wins, you win

Services for people, delivered by people; an environment where customer satisfaction is a pre-cursor to success: on average, a 5% increase in customer retention can increase a company’s profitability by 75%1; or failure: for every customer complaint there are 26 other unhappy customers who have remained silent2. 248 more words

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DB Closing Branches. We Said It.

It is known that Deutsche Bank is in trouble and, according to some, it poses a huge threat to the stability of the global financial system. 268 more words

Complexity

What Makes Big Data Big?

‘Big Data’ is a popular subject nowadays. Here is what Wikipedia says on the subject:

“Big data is a term for data sets that are so large or complex that traditional data processing applications are inadequate. 537 more words

Complexity

Cortana Intelligence Suite - Not just an intelligent personal assistant

Everyone knows Siri. Well, at least those who own an iPhone do. Then again that amounts to almost everyone. So I guess everyone does know Siri. 344 more words

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