There have never been more ways to connect with customers—and it’s never been more challenging.
That’s why forward-thinking companies are integrating data across channels. And they’re doing it
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Big data analytics programs need a strong analytical modeling foundation to deliver the business benefits that companies are looking for. And that starts with tight ties between analytics teams and business units.
Most people remember geography class as a liberal arts concentration. But John Crouse of Wendy's is showing that geographic knowledge can make for a valuable pairing with statistical analysis as part of location intelligence efforts.
At the TDWI Executive Summit in Boston, users talked about the benefits and challenges of incorporating the Agile methodologies long practiced in development circles into data warehouse and business intelligence projects.
The number of NoSQL database options is vast, and distinct product categories occupy separate niches. That makes it imperative to understand what works best for specific applications when evaluating NoSQL software.