2019 will be a year where businesses won’t doubt the need of analytics in the decision-making process.
Qlik has developed a new web-based app for consumers that allows them to quickly and easily compare the cost of living across eight key cities in Asia Pacific: Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Mumbai, Seoul, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.
Data is not just sweeping across businesses and governments, but we are living digitised lives, and data is part and parcel of how we work, live and play, writes JY Pook of Tableau.
2016 paints a new picture and here are the top six trends for the BI industry in the coming year, according to James Richardson of Qlik.
In 2016, data will increasingly stand at the core of decision making, not just for businesses, but also for the community at large, writes JY Pook of Tableau Software.
The Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore (IDA) has launched IDA Hive, the new home for the Government’s Digital Services team, and will house almost 100 data scientists, coders, engineers, designers, and other experts.
Qlik Technologies wants to give users the intuitive capability to make sense of data and share it, and has big plans for Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
Stories about data and the power that comes from being able to visualise and discern insights were plentiful at the Tableau on Tour Conference, which took place in Singapore last month, writes Gabey Goh.
Big data reveals insights with a particular range of data points, while thick data takes one step further and uncovers the meaning and insights behind big data visualisation and analysis, revealing the social context of, and connections between, data points, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant Technology Solutions.
Increased demand for big data analytics and data visualisation amongst Malaysian businesses in 2014 were among the top drivers for SAS’ revenue growth in Malaysia, the company said in a statement.