Articles about Business Intelligence
Accenture survey finds chief marketing officers aren't happy with the pace of enterprise technology, and are taking their own paths.
Software licenses for SAP's in-memory database technology will be bundled along with hardware and ongoing management. The cloud product roll out will start from Australia and New Zealand.
With the purchase, the enterprise software company continues its push into big-data analytics.
Machines and systems equipped with their own values and objectives are bringing a new level of sophistication to a range of applications across defence, customer service and gaming.
Tight online partner collaboration and a data-driven internal culture have helped Australia's second-largest supermarket chain partner with suppliers to eliminate stock-outs through better forecasting.
It may only have access to 5% of the information it needs, but Australia’s largest and busiest airport has already seen early successes using big-data analytics to better model passenger flow and plan new services.
IT investment will be both the driving force behind the retail sector's disruptive new business model — omni-channelling — and the key to retailers' survival.
Vertica is poised to advance beyond its MPP column store database origins into a next generation anywhere analytics platform with ease in cloud deployments and appliance delivery, as well as new features coming later this year.
The Australian Government's new Big Data Strategy seeks to position the country as a world leader in public sector big data analytics use and government services reform
Is there any chance Microsoft is going to do a 180 and dump its Windows RT operating system? My bet is no, and here's why.
The Open Group is shepherding a series of standards and initiatives to provide better tools for understanding and managing true operational dependability.
Big-data success for major supermarket chain meant building a scalable analytics platform – and a team of ‘rock stars’ to keep it running and business-relevant.
Teradata’s churn-prediction success at T-Mobile shows value of big-data insight from correlating structured and unstructured operational data – but be careful where you store it all.
An analysis of 1 million status updates demonstrates the humble emoji can characterize an entire city, revealing Delhi as India's most intoxicated city, Mumbai the most congested, and Bangalore the most caffeinated.
HP Vertica architecture gives massive performance boost to toughest BI queries for Infinity Insurance
Infinity Insurance Companies in Birmingham, Alabama has been deploying a new data architecture -- native column store databases -- to improve productivity for their analysis and business intelligence queries.