Predictive Analytics

Many businesses in SEA have yet to take advantage of data and analytics says Fusionex
Hot on the heels of being declared Alibaba Cloud’s go-to-market partner for the region, Fusionex International’s MD, Ivan Teh, takes three quick questions from DNA.
Four steps to building sustainable relationships with consumers
The powerful combination of halo data and predictive analytics enables businesses to better understand each consumer and to create new consumer intimacy and immediacy models, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
Open source integrator Talend to invest ‘big’ in APAC, says its CEO
Talend Inc is planning to invest big into Asia Pacific says its CEO Mike Tuchen, who believes its open source and integration combo will stand it in good stead.
Analytics everywhere: Using what you know
One of the most powerful ways to transform is to use the unstructured data encircling your business every day, but to make that leap, you need ‘analytics everywhere,’ writes Adam Howatson of OpenText.
Sigve Brekke’s ‘burning platform’ mentality to move a giant
Very aware of the dangers of becoming a ‘dumb pipe,’ Telenor group president Sigve Brekke lists a number of things the telco must execute to escape this nightmare scenario, writes Karamjit Singh.
2016: What’s next for business intelligence?
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.
Asia’s mobile-first boom changing fraud patterns: Fico
Asia’s boom in mobile-first consumers is creating a growing target for online fraud and cybersecurity attacks, according to analytics software company Fico.
The C-suite and the Uber fear factor: IBM study
The ‘uberisation’ trend, or industry disruption caused by an unlikely competitor, has become a dominant concern of the C-suite, a new IBM study found.
BaseRide wants to be the nerve centre of vehicle fleet ops
BaseRide wants to provide real-time tracking and accurate analytics for transport companies and governments – and that’s just the start, writes Benjamin Cher.
Analytics a proven edge, but more can be done: CIOs
Although companies and organisations are already using analytics – some to such an extent that they can use weather patterns to help improve customers’ overall Internet experience – chief information officers (CIOs) in Malaysia believe more can be done to harness its full potential.
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