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Monthly Archives: March 2014

Do retail businesses have the maturity to tackle analytics challenges?

Paul Newman Archive
Many retail companies lack the level of maturity required to tackle their data-driven goals.

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Data scientists need good metrics for assessing quality

Paul Newman Archive
Everyone wants to have accurate knowledge of the market, but how accurate is accurate enough? How is that measured?

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Retailers use inventory data to figure out what factors drive traffic

Richard Jones Archive
Companies simply need better tools for keeping track of their inventories and making sure the supply chain is effective at meeting customersÂ’ evolving demands. This is largely a matter of collecting and maintaining the right data.

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How companies can improve their customer service approach through data

Richard Jones Archive
Companies often encounter numerous hiccups in the information management as they attempt to put information into, and extract it from, their CRM systems.

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Incorporating consumer data into education at a granular level

Paul Newman Archive
In education, there's tremendous potential for teachers to fine-tune their approach by using data on individual students and their preferences.

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Roundup of February news stories

Rachel Wheeler Archive
With each new passing month come exciting advances in the worlds of information mining and data analysis.

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