Tag Archives: Analytics

Teradata and the REST

Wednesday April 5th, 2017

When we talk to our customers today about Teradata’s place in the enterprise, it’s always in the context of an Analytics Ecosystem. This reflects our core belief that, to unlock the full potential of analytics within an organisation, you need a variety of platforms, tools and technologies that work together to enable new questions to… Read More »

Customer Analytics – Then and Now

Tuesday February 28th, 2017

I am sure you have heard it said before that fashion and trends repeat every twenty years. As it happens, in 1997 I joined the Marketing Workbench team at Harrah’s Entertainment. Marketing Workbench was designed to be marketing’s analytic environment to drive customer segmentation through predictive analysis. It was this career move that started my… Read More »

Turbo Charge Enterprise Analytics with Big Data

Wednesday February 22nd, 2017

We have been showing off the amazing art works drawn from numerous big data insight engagements we’ve had with Teradata, Aster and Hadoop clients. Most of these were new insights to answer business questions never before considered. While these engagements have demonstrated the power of insights from the new analytics enabled by big data, it continues… Read More »

The IoT: Redefining industry, again.

Wednesday February 8th, 2017

The Internet of Things (IoT) is much more than fitness tracking, AI toothbrushes and targeted discounts when you walk by a coffee shop. Put simply: the opportunities arising from ubiquitous connectivity and access to data will bring about the end of many of today’s industries as we know them. For some, this new IoT-enabled world… Read More »

The Rise of AI: Nothing artificial about this intelligence

Thursday January 12th, 2017

Artificial Intelligence has seeped into the lives of everyone with an internet connection. Binge-watching television shows and online shopping carts full of suggested add-ons are commonplace, even though most consumers aren’t aware of what’s powering the recommendations. Algorithms are constantly hard at work, learning in real-time while users are sitting on the couch watching their… Read More »

Pooling data and analytics to power greater efficiency in water utilities

Monday December 19th, 2016

Although water and power utilities face very similar pressures, they have tackled them with very different levels of success. Both sets of utilities face a common battle to reduce network operating costs, beat off increased competition and meet the increasingly complicated requirements of the regulators. Yet it is the power sector organisations that so far… Read More »

Is your DbFit?

Wednesday December 7th, 2016

In my previous blog I talked about modular design enabling continuous integration and automated testing through to delivery. Many customers I have worked with find the immediate challenge is how to do the testing, especially as it applies to a data warehouse or lake. In this blog I will look at how to setup simple,… Read More »

Banks are now part of the Internet of Things (IoT) and need the right tools to excel

Monday December 5th, 2016

In retail banking, as in other sectors, new types of data are emerging as banks shift shape to meet changes in consumer demand, head off threats from Fintech insurgents and adapt to the arrival of new payment mechanisms such as Apple Pay. Indeed, banks, have already entered the Internet of Things (IoT), as mobile devices… Read More »

“Internet of Things”: The off road drive to connectivity in India

Wednesday November 30th, 2016

The Internet of Things (IoT) is now gaining traction, reshaping the way we engage with our world in our day to day lives. A recent report that came out from Gartner states that the number of connected units, relating to the IoT, will reach 26 billion by 2020-a 30-fold increase since 2009. Will India accept… Read More »