sIn its report titled “The Insights-Driven Business”, Forrester explained that “an insights-driven business harnesses and applies data and analytics at every opportunity to differentiate its products and customer experiences”. Insights-driven businesses operate in a closed-loop learning process, where they identify metrics to measure business outcomes, gather data to develop insights,… Read More →
Are you wondering if what TIBCO says is easy is actually easy? Everybody ‘knows’ that we are in a data-driven culture where making decisions using data is the way to go. That’s why you see words like “data-discovery” mapped to “ROI” on just about every business website. However, the truth—more… Read More →
TIBCO starts off the new year right earning the Dresner Advisory Services 2016 Technology Innovation Award for technology leadership in Advanced & Predictive Analytics and Location Intelligence.
Many companies use data and analytics to make decisions and know how visualizations help people quickly grasp and better understand important information. Yet many companies struggle with data democratization. Instead of developing broad capability, people are intimidated, and visualization technology is available to only a select few.
How can big data and embedded analytics be used to help students learn better? Waggle believes in learning and everything the company does has a simple goal: to improve the quality of education for students, teachers, and schools. They understand that real-time data analytics and visualizations can help a classroom teacher identify… Read More →
How do you analyze big data? How can you harness every pertinent piece of big data information to better know your customers and tailor an experience for them that is relevant to their interests?
TIBCO received the highest score for its Current Offering among seven vendors that were evaluated in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Insight Platform Suites, Q4 2016. Forrester cited positive customer feedback, and also noted that TIBCO had good customer reference ratings relative to other participants, especially in areas like:
It’s a fair question to ask for something conceived thousands of years ago (yes, reporting is that old!). The first known report was created circa 3800 B.C., carved out of stone, and recorded a farming transaction in present-day Middle East. At the time, reports were used almost exclusively for accounting purposes… Read More →
How many times have you sat through a data analytics presentation focused on identifying hidden data trends which can be used to gain competitive edge, for example, in retail and other sales-focused industries? Quite a few, I guess, and we’re all guilty of churning out this same tired old messaging,… Read More →
The International Space Station (ISS) tips the scales at 925,000 pounds—the equivalent of about 260 Ford Mustangs and about the size of a football field—quietly orbiting above our heads in the darkness of space.