Yellowfin is using business intelligence or BI, allowing its data analysts to make the prediction that the Bulldogs will defeat the Sydney Swans in the 2016 AFL grand final.
The chief of Business Intelligence provider Yellowfin believes that data and data analysis is most valuable when shared, and he’s rubbished the view that data is the so-called “new oil of the 21st century”.
Yellowfin has launched its BI solution in the Zimbabwean market through its South African-based distributor and enterprise IT applications and services provider, Albi Investment Group Services (AIGS).
Robin Bloor – author of a number of books like Cloud Computing for Dummies, Management for Dummies, Words You Don't Know, The Electronic Bazaar – and Chief Analyst and Co-founder of the Bloor Group, has just finished telling an Australian audience this week that Big Data is not much more than an “utterly meaningless” term created by marketers.
Australian-based, global Business Intelligence (BI) and analytics software vendor, Yellowfin, has launched the latest version of its BI platform, Yellowfin 7.
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