By Dean Yao
The Embedded Analytics market is growing at an ever-increasing and rapid rate with its global market estimated to be worth $51.78 billion by 2022. Over the next few years more and more organisations will look into transforming their traditional analytical techniques for analysing business data to more advanced tools using Embedded Analytics.
Analytics and Business Intelligence will no longer be exclusively accessible to analysts alone and professionals across organisations can now implement more data-driven decisions.
This article by Dean Yao presents all the latest innovations, predictions and trends for Embedded Analytics that businesses will want to look out for over the coming years.
By Siddharth Misra
The exponential growth of the Internet of Things has led to some incredible technological advances and more and more customers and enterprises are increasingly realising the full potential. It’s safe to say the vast possibilities and potential hasn’t even been tapped yet.
Though many industries have started to adopt an automated business process, there’s still a long journey ahead to fully understand the depths of IoT Analytics.
This article takes a closer look at some of the top Internet of Things use cases today in the B2B and B2C sectors, highlights the role of analytics and what intersecting IoT Analytics with a connected world can mean for your ROI.
By Jessica Kent
Healthcare leaders are actively working to overcome organizational challenges so they can reap the clinical and financial rewards of implementing predictive analytics into their infrastructure.
According to a recent survey from the Society of Actuaries (SOA), 85% of healthcare payers and providers are currently using predictive analytics or plan to adopt it over the next five years, with many stating it will be crucial to the future of their business
Click here to read the article to look into other experiences of Embedded Analytics in the healthcare sector and what the biggest barriers companies are experiencing to implement predictive tools effectively.
A study on the Global State of Enterprise Analytics gives organisations a good insight into the current mind-set of enterprises where Embedded Analytics is concerned; notably where they are and where they want to go.
The study was conducted based on surveys completed by 500 global enterprise analytics and business intelligence professionals answering questions on the state of their organisation’s analytics initiative and future plans.
Some of the key takeaways from the survey are: Driving greater process and cost efficiencies (60%), strategy and change (57%) and monitoring and improving financial performance (52%) are the top three ways enterprises globally are using data and analytics today.
Read the article to find out more.