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By: FICO     Published Date: Sep 02, 2016
The unifying concept that defines FICO and its substantial technology and solutions stack is Decision Management. This term has not yet become mainstream - but it will. All business analytics activities are performed with the single aim of improving the accuracy and efficiency of business decisions. This applies to business intelligence, data visualization, data mining, business rules management, and many other forms of analysis. Unifying these activities under a single discipline means that currently fragmented analytical efforts can be combined into a single whole, with benefits that will be discussed in this review.
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By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 26, 2017
Not long ago, job roles were relatively easy to define and control. A person was an “accountant” or a “graphic designer” or a “business partner.” But as organizations grew and business software became more sophisticated, new roles were added. “Accountant, New York” might require different access to applications and data than “Accountant, Chicago.” The challenge comes from the recent explosion in the numbers and types of business roles.
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By: TIBCO Software     Published Date: May 31, 2018
Predictive analytics, sometimes called advanced analytics, is a term used to describe a range of analytical and statistical techniques to predict future actions or behaviors. In business, predictive analytics are used to make proactive decisions and determine actions, by using statistical models to discover patterns in historical and transactional data to uncover likely risks and opportunities. Predictive analytics incorporates a range of activities which we will explore in this paper, including data access, exploratory data analysis and visualization, developing assumptions and data models, applying predictive models, then estimating and/or predicting future outcomes.
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By: TIBCO Software     Published Date: May 31, 2018
Predictive analytics, sometimes called advanced analytics, is a term used to describe a range of analytical and statistical techniques to predict future actions or behaviors. In business, predictive analytics are used to make proactive decisions and determine actions, by using statistical models to discover patterns in historical and transactional data to uncover likely risks and opportunities. Predictive analytics incorporates a range of activities which we will explore in this paper, including data access, exploratory data analysis and visualization, developing assumptions and data models, applying predictive models, then estimating and/or predicting future outcomes. Download now to read on.
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By: TIBCO Software     Published Date: May 31, 2018
Predictive analytics, sometimes called advanced analytics, is a term used to describe a range of analytical and statistical techniques to predict future actions or behaviors. In business, predictive analytics are used to make proactive decisions and determine actions, by using statistical models to discover patterns in historical and transactional data to uncover likely risks and opportunities. Predictive analytics incorporates a range of activities which we will explore in this paper, including data access, exploratory data analysis and visualization, developing assumptions and data models, applying predictive models, then estimating and/or predicting future outcomes. Download now to read on.
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By: Expert System     Published Date: Jul 18, 2019
Robotic Process Automation (RPA) is helping companies reduce costs and improve on quality and productivity by automating some of their most time consuming, rule-based and replicable business processes. RPA is especially effective in the banking and insurance sector where it brings speed and efficiency to customer service and compliance. Based on artificial intelligence algorithms, Expert System’s Cogito cognitive technology enables an automatic, human-like understanding of the content of text documents. Applied to RPA, Cogito adds greater business value and ROI for both repetitive and complex information-intensive processes. Using Cogito, companies can expect up to 53% savings on activities such as FTEs and warranty management, and cost reductions of 30 to 60% for email management and quote processing, etc.
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By: Expert System     Published Date: Jul 26, 2019
As companies increasingly recognize the business implications and actionable benefits of AI, the question becomes: How will you use AI for your business? Thanks to the Cogito platform based on AI algorithms, organizations can effectively support and improve unstructured information management and text analytics in order to: Leverage all information, combining internal knowledge with other information sources to extract relevant data Provide effective and real-time insight on strategic initiatives, partners and any third parties Mitigate and even completely avoid risks for operations, reputation, etc. through information analysis and monitoring Know what competitors are doing and intercept market trends Implement automation for the broader, more complex set of processes that involve data Free up teams to focus on more creative or critical activities inside the organization See the entire business through a different perspective
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