Think You’re Not Mature Enough for HPDA? Think Again.

You’ve heard it before, and you’ve certainly heard it from us – data growth is exploding, and the resulting data requirements for successful analytics systems are growing right along with it. But there are still a large number of organizations that aren’t using to their advantage all the data available to them. The status quo […] Read More

What Can Industry Learn From Public Safety?

An article in GovTech a few weeks ago caught my attention as it mirrors several of the sales and internal conversations we’ve had recently. It highlights a collaboration between Carnegie Mellon University and the City of Pittsburgh Bureau of Fire to develop predictive analytics program that helps better inform the fire department’s prioritization for building […] Read More

How Mission Critical Is Your Data?

When thinking about mission-critical activities, roles and responsibilities, titles with “finance,” “sales,” and “IT” often come to mind. Why is it that “data” doesn’t immediately come to mind as well? Information Week had an interesting article at the end of January discussing Gartner’s observation that the office of the Chief Data Officer will be seen […] Read More

The Era of Personalization

Who actually likes going to the doctor? I guess there are always a few exceptions to the rule, but for most people, doctors’ visits are a necessary evil. The human element of medicine is a required one—right now, nuance is still a critical part of diagnosing most conditions; however, changing innovations in the data analytics, […] Read More