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Posts Tagged ‘big data’

Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic

Part 2: Make a Big Impact with Big Data This is the second post in our five-part series Five Ways to Make Your Supply Chain More Dynamic. We’ve previously looked at how finding actual costs is key to cutting out any inefficiencies in your supply chain. Today we will look at how to turn data into the insight […]

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Five Ways to Turn Business Data Into Business Insight

Part 4: Transform Big Data into Your Next Big Idea   This is the fourth post in our five-part series, Five Ways to Turn Business Data into Business Insight. We’ve previously looked at how dashboards can provide easy information access to your team members based on their specific roles, how self-service business intelligence (BI) and reporting can lighten the load on […]

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Five Ways to Turn Business Data into Business Intelligence

Part 3: Get BI on the Fly. This is the third post in our five-part series, Five Ways to Turn Business Data into Business Insight. We’ve previously looked at how dashboards can provide easy information access to your team members based on specific roles and how self-service business intelligence (BI) and reporting can lighten the load on IT resources. […]

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Write Your Ticket to Business Transformation

If business transformation is the best way to respond to disruption in your industry, what does that practically mean? Is there a step-by-step approach to mastering this?   The short answer: Yes, there is. But it’s not canned. You need to create it yourself, with the people and resources around you. It can be accomplished. […]

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Data visualization for rental companies: What makes a visual interface easy to use?

Big data is growing every day. It is the challenge of the decade for many rental companies. One way to make sure your company is ready is by choosing a solution with a great visual interface. Data visualization makes it easier to see all important processes in one glance. This way, the huge piles of […]

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2016 BI and CPM Trends

This article is all about what’s ahead for Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management for today’s businesses in 2016.  Look, the New Year has come and gone, more quickly than the last it seems – and here we are halfway through Q1.  At the end of last year and into the beginning of 2016, there […]

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2015 and Beyond: Business Intelligence

In this article, we’ll explore Business Intelligence trends, particularly for the remaining half of 2015 and beyond, so you can continue making informed, dynamic decisions about the future of your company.  Remember the 4th of July?  That was nearly a month ago, and we don’t even have time to think about it because conferences, business […]

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Video Testimonial: Clients First & Dynamics NAV, Keeping the Railroads Moving

RCL Services Group, LLC, a longtime Clients First & Dynamics NAV user, provides railroad signal construction and signal material integration services to the freight and passenger rail industry.  RCL Services’ primary subsidiaries include: Railroad Controls, LP, RCL Wiring, LP and RCL Burco, LP the leaders in railroad signal construction and signal integration in the United […]

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Can Big Data Reduce Employee Turnover?

Big data is being discussed in many industries today with implications that predictive analytics can solve problems and provide insights for all the moving parts of businesses. Now, the idea is being applied to human capital. Can data improve productivity and reduce employee turnover? Maybe…but it depends. Straight-line logic has its place, but it may […]

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Why In-Memory Computing Is a Big Deal for Business Analytics

In-memory computing is being hailed as a revolutionary advance, and with good reason. In-memory computing dramatically improves the performance of analytical applications and opens the doors to significant computing and business innovations. Deloitte calls in-memory computing the “holy grail of analytics” and “the future of computing,” while a report in Forbes describes how in-memory computing […]

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