Tag "Cloud Analytics"
Enterprises across the globe are analyzing large datasets to uncover patterns and valuable insights, which in turn inform their decisions. These business insights and decisions result in several benefits for enterprises such as: lower costs, improved operational efficiency, new revenue streams, fraud detection, increased customer engagement and satisfaction, competitive advantage, and more. Analytics at Cloud... more
AI and analytics are clearly big trends in 2020. Many organizations are investing in AI and analytics in the cloud—modernizing data warehouses and data lakes—with the goal of achieving dramatic improvements in performance and competitive advantage. But are they building the right data foundation to achieve their goals? In “Reengineering Work: Don’t Automate, Obliterate,” an... more
We all know the old maxim “garbage in garbage out.” That is as true for the most sophisticated AI and machine-learning models as it is for basic reporting. And that points to a deeper truth that gets lost in all the hype around AI-powered analytics and applications – the hardest part of AI isn’t AI,... more
We all know the problem – businesses today have more data than ever: the total volume of data generated by IoT will reach 600 ZB per year by 2020. Yet many struggle to understand how to leverage their data effectively and scale business value. As a leading data analytics visualization company, Tableau has been on... more
If you are considering Amazon Redshift for your new data warehousing project, you are definitely not alone! Many of our customers are going through a data-driven digital transformation and have already implemented modern data warehouse projects with Amazon Redshift. Yet many more are requesting our help to do so now. Major drivers for this... more
There is an old Business Intelligence Axiom that has always held true: BI Axiom: Dirty data in -> Dirty data out When trying to perform analytics or reporting over a large data set it has been proven over and over again that if the underlying data that you are analyzing is dirty then the reports... more