If your company’s data analytics function went to the doctor for a checkup, would it come out with one of these diagnoses?
A severe case of hyper-expectations
Data scientist deprivation syndrome
Technology deficit disorder
The advanced analytics function is barely the age of a toddler in most organizations, yet the stress is already beginning to show. You can’t fault it, really; analytics itself is changing almost as fast as the data is arriving from your customers, transactions, connected devices, industrial machinery and supply chain.
It’s like PCs in the early 1980s: We knew we needed and wanted them, but it took a while for us to figure out how to make the best use of them. Our needs changed as fast as the technology changed.
In our new e-book, Break Down the Barriers to Better Analytics, we look at how the changing face of analytics is moving faster than organizations themselves, leading to three symptoms:
Have a look at our new e-book, Break Down the Barriers to Better Analytics, for more insights into the changing face of analytics; data preparation and data blending; and the corporate- and IT-centered barriers to using analytics efficiently in your organization.
And be sure to read it before your company’s advanced analytics function goes to the doctor for a checkup.
About David Sweenor
From requirements to coding, reporting to analytics, I enjoy leading change and challenging the status quo. Over 15 years of experience spanning the analytics spectrum including semiconductor yield characterization, enterprise data warehousing, reporting/analytics, IT program management, as well as product marketing and competitive intelligence. Currently leading Analytics Product Marketing for the Dell Software Group.
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