Tag Archives: Business analytics

Simplicity out of Complexity: Announcing the Teradata Analytics Platform

October 23, 2017

What is the sense in transformative technology if only a select few can use it? That has been a big conundrum for enterprises working with increasingly powerful analytics capabilities, from data science to machine learning and AI. As these technologies have matured, they have created a complex web of siloed data and analytics, some on… Read More »

The Sentient Enterprise. Why Another Book on Analytics?

October 17, 2017

There are already so many books about big data on the market. That’s why, when management professor Mohan Sawhney and I decided to write The Sentient Enterprise, it wasn’t to fill more shelf space – it was to fill a void: We wrote our book for the same reason you’d create a road map for… Read More »

Ditch the Old Ways of Product Management. Say Hello to Product Innovation.

January 9, 2017

As the number of data points in the world continues to grow, so do the ways that businesses can stay informed and effectively manage their products. In the past, for example, companies relied on product data in batch form or used recommended guidelines to manage their supply chain. Stores reviewed inventory data, orders were fulfilled… Read More »

A One Day Accounting Close? Utopia via People, Process, & Technology

November 30, 2015

The pressure for an accelerated accounting close can be relentless, as evidenced by the $1.3 billion Toshiba accounting scandal this spring. The electronic manufacturing giant admitted it had overstated profits by $1.3 billion going back to fiscal 2008/2009. An accounting probe in July led to the CEO and several board members resigning and a 30… Read More »

Pluralism and Secularity In a Big Data Ecosystem

August 25, 2015

Solutions around today’s analytic ecosystem are too technically driven without focusing on business values. The buzzwords seem to over-compensate the reality of implementation and cost of ownership. I challenge you to view your analytic architecture using pluralism and secularity. Without such a view of this world your resume will fill out nicely but your business… Read More »

Big Apple Hosts the Final Big Analytics Roadshow of the Year

November 26, 2013

Speaking of ending things on a high note, New York City on December 6th will play host to the final event in the Big Analytics 2013 Roadshow series. Big Analytics 2013 New York is taking place at the Sheraton New York Hotel and Towers in the heart of Midtown on bustling 7th Avenue. As we… Read More »

Introducing In-Database Visual MapReduce Functions

February 20, 2013

Ever since Aster Data became part of Teradata a couple years ago, we have been fortunate to have the resources and focus to accelerate our rate of product innovation. In the past 8 months alone, we have led the market in deploying big analytics on Hadoop and introducing an ultra-fast appliance for discovering big data insights.… Read More »

2 months & 10 questions on new Aster Big Analytics Appliance

December 18, 2012

It’s been about two months since Teradata launched the Aster Big Analytics Appliance and since then we have had the opportunity to showcase the appliance to various customers, prospects, partners, analysts, journalists etc. We are pleased to report that since the launch the appliance has already received the “Ventana Big Data Technology of the Year”… Read More »

Santa Claus and Data Scientists

December 3, 2012

Who do you believe in more – Santa Claus or Data Scientists? That’s the debate we’re having in New York City on Dec 12th at Big Analytics 2012. Due to the sold-out event this panel discussion will be simulcast live to dig a little deeper behind the hype. Some believe that data scientists are a… Read More »