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Displaying items by tag: Business Analytics

Analytics Plus, a software product of IT management company ManageEngine, can now decode data fast to provide companies trend insights and to help them with strategic decisions.

Published in Business Software

GUEST OPINION: There is no typical day or start to a new role for a Chief Technology Officer when dealing with the goals and technological needs of a business. Primarily, CTOs are hired to decrease ongoing spending, analyse market trends and forecast profits; they help the business attain and retain a competitive edge, and stay technologically sustainable.

Published in Guest Opinion

Victoria University is collaborating with global software giant SAP to launch Australia’s first SAP Next-Gen Lab where students can draw on SAP’s capabilities and latest technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, Internet of Things, blockchain and big data.

Published in Strategy
Thursday, 08 February 2018 22:22

SAS Ajilon partnership to bolster WA analytics

Western Australian businesses will have greater access to analytics and business intelligence, with global data insights software firm SAS today announcing a strategic deal with consulting firm Ajilon.

Published in Deals

Tableau 10, released this week, brings an extensive list of new and improved features to the end-user-oriented visualisation software.

Published in Business Intelligence
Sunday, 14 February 2016 15:02

Big data to transform Australian Super

Big data – or rather business analytics - will be the key to unlocking more value from Australian superannuation.

Published in Business Intelligence

Western Australia-based listed, national IT Services company Empired (ASX:EPD) increased revenues by 44% to a record $67 million in the full year to the end of June, defying what the company says were difficult economic and market conditions.

Published in Listed Tech

Enterprises have been urged to treat data as an organisational asset if they want to ‘survive and thrive’ in today’s business climate, and to increasingly shift the basis of differentiation to focus on smarter and more efficient use of data.

Published in Business Intelligence

Melbourne-based Business Intelligence vendor Yellowfin has grown rapidly over the past two years in an exceedingly crowded, competitive global market which CEO and founder Glen Rabie says has an ‘unsustainable’ number of vendors pushing BI products and services.

Published in Business Intelligence

Government agencies, including in Australia, remain under pressure to cut IT program budgets and services, with many CIOs expecting they will have less money for IT throughout this year, according to a global report just released.

Published in CIO Trends
Wednesday, 24 July 2013 10:33

Tealium buddies up with Splunk

Enterprise tag management firm Tealium today announced it would be integrating its digital data solution and tag management software with Splunk Enterprise.

Published in Deals

International Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin, is one of a number of vendors invited to participate in BARC's 2012 benchmark report on BI - The BI Survey 11: The Customer Verdict. The vendor is seeking prospective participants with first-hand experience using Yellowfin to complete the survey. Complete the survey here: https://digiumenterprise.com/answer?link=942-85HHRDRF

Global Business Intelligence (BI) software vendor, Yellowfin, and Actian Corporation, pioneers of the record-breaking analytical database Vectorwise, will host a series of Webinars, Tuesday 8 May Australian EST.

Wednesday, 18 April 2012 17:17

Rain threatens big data's lycra parade

Incessant heavy rain in Sydney seems set to postpone the planned parade of lycra'd technology executives circling Centennial Park at dawn on Friday.

Published in Strategy

Global Business Intelligence (BI) vendor, Yellowfin, has launched a new native application for the iPhone that, according to CEO Glen Rabie, 'solves the issue' of receiving and sharing business analytics via smartphones.

Tuesday, 03 April 2012 08:00

David Bowie takes on SAS

Business analytics specialist SAS has appointed David Bowie as the new managing director of SAS Australia and New Zealand.

Published in People Moves

Nowadays, if we talk about CRMs (Customer Relationship Management) in the complex environment we live in, with the Internet, social networks and all the changes caused by globalization, we should talk about Business Intelligence.

Acclaimed Business Intelligence (BI) experts, Colin White, Claudia Imhoff and Mike Ferguson are set to make the trek Down Under for a series of world-class conferences in New Zealand and Australia this March.

Wednesday, 29 February 2012 18:23

LITEBI Launches The SugarCRM Analytical Pack

LITEBI, the Cloud Computing Business Intelligence provider, has launched a new pack to enable companies who work with the open source CRM, SugarCRM, to extract the maximum value from their information with an analytical layer that helps them increase their sales and customer loyalty while controlling their sales and marketing performance.

Friday, 17 February 2012 15:00

Marketing Intelligence in the Cloud

To start with this article we will discuss the meaning of Marketing Intelligence as it is a relatively new concept that is explained in different manners and is giving rise to different definitions that use words as 'Market Intelligence' or 'Competitive Intelligence', with their own connotations.

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