The world of analytics is undergoing a sensational transformation as the spurting technologies and new enterprise strategies are infringing each other's territories. The current analytics landscape is undergoing tremendous change with the emergence and development of Cloud, Automation and other platforms.

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Tools to future proof businesses
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DATAVLT is an on-demand, self-service, data analytics platform, secured by Blockchain technology, that has been designed to provide an integrated overview of businesses. Backed by artificial intelligence and learning capabilities, this platform aims to track, gather and correlate different types of data onto a smart dashboard that can empower businesses to grow their internal capabilities cost efficiently.

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Industries like small businesses, education sector, insurance, healthcare, and travel have witnessed significant growth after deploying data analytics in their operational activities. With the cost-effective and cloud-based services offered by the tech giants, small businesses can reap the benefits of the latest data analysis technologies...

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Innovative wine industry analytics business nzwinemetrics is unlocking new profitability for New Zealand wine producers with analytics to help them achieve the best possible price for their wines within the direct to international consumer channel (DTIC). Partnering with Mero, a specialist in business analytics solutions based on Microsoft software and tools, nzwinemetrics is rapidly gaining traction with vineyards around the country.

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Along with driving market gains, AI will also help drive innovations in branded content. Three AI-enabled applications that could transform content marketing are: BIOMETRIC SENSORS, DECENTRALIZED APPLICATIONS and AI + IoT. The most important thing to keep in mind is the need for restraint in using this transformative technology, so that consumers find it enabling and not intrusive.

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Adobe and Microsoft extend partnership
59 days ago
      

Adobe, Microsoft extend partnership on CRM and content management. Adobe Experience Manager, part of Adobe Experience Cloud, is now integrated with Microsoft Dynamics 365, which provides universal web standards and extensibility. Available to joint customers today, the integration helps brands optimise enterprise selling and lead management. This enables enterprise marketers to deliver one-to-one personalization of web content at massive scale...

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Only Google knows the real you
59 days ago
      

'Everybody Lies' by Seth Stephens-Davidowitz shows only Google knows the real you, because people rarely lie to Google. The economist and former Google data scientist has put together a thorough and engaging look at what kind of answers we are searching for. His primary sources are Google Trends, Google AdWords, Wikipedia, Facebook and Pornhub, but he also scraped many of the more smaller, niche sites that pique our collective interest.

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Data analytics has lit a fire under a sluggish retail sector - but it is the manufacturing industry that has raced ahead here. The sector's enthusiasts are focusing on one main element of this bold new digital process - predictive maintenance. As more and more machines are hooked up to sensors in the "Industrial Internet of Things", data analytics can flag which parts may soon need repair or replacement.

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Use big data for small business
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Large companies have already embraced the rise of data and analytics. But the smaller companies still aren’t reaping the same benefits of real-time digital interconnectivity. According to an SAP-sponsored global survey of small businesses, many are still in the early stages of digital transformation. But there’s no reason for small businesses to fear big data. If you have the right strategy, there are many ways you can gather, analyze and make sense of data you already have, cost effectively.

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Google’s chatbot analytics platform is now open to everyone. Called Chatbase, it’s intended to help developers better analyze and optimize their bots so they can improve conversion rates and accuracy — and avoid having users feel bots are useless. Anyone can use Google’s Chatbase for free, similar to Google Analytics, and it’ll work across any platform, including Facebook Messenger, Kik, Slack, Viber, and Skype. But it’s more than messaging services where Chatbase could prove invaluable: With the rise of voice assistants like Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa, Samsung’s Bixby, and Apple’s Siri, understanding analytics will be important.

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