Sun.Aug 11, 2019

Top 5 use cases for an open CRM platform

Corinium

Customer relationship management (CRM) is about knowing every critical piece of information about your customers. It’s absolutely necessary to have a CRM platform that can harness and manage data about your customers, no matter where it comes from.

Established BI solutions vs. in-house development

Phocas

Management teams are no longer questioning whether or not to dig into the data; rather it’s which is the best tool to use for their businesses: an established, dedicated data analytics solution or software developed in-house.

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How did I learn Data Science?

MLWhiz

I am a Mechanical engineer by education. And I started my career with a core job in the steel industry. But I didn’t like it and so I left that. I made it my goal to move into the analytics and data science space somewhere around in 2013.

What’s the Difference Between Business Intelligence and Business Analytics?

Sisense

For your business to thrive, you need to know what’s working, what’s not, and how to improve. That much is obvious. But figuring out how to go about it? That’s the tricky part.

Gartner Report - Introducing DataOps Into Your Data Management Discipline

Data teams are increasingly under pressure to deliver data to support a range of consumers and use cases. DataOps techniques can address the data delivery challenges through a more agile and collaborative approach to building and managing data pipelines.

Want to Know The Latest on AI? Read These Books!

Bruno Aziza

Readers of this column know that Artificial intelligence (AI) is hot. Managing Director at Redpoint Capital’s Tomasz Tunguz pointed out this past week that there were no AI startups eight years ago and that today, there are 400

Reflections on studying (and passing) the IIBA®-AAC (Agile Analysis Certificate)

Adrian Reed

As I’m sure many readers will be aware, the International Institute of Business Analysis (IIBA®) recently launched the IIBA®-AAC. AAC stands for “Agile Analysis Certificate” and as you’d expect this is a certification program aimed at BAs working in an agile environment.