Analytics has spread rapidly across industries and sectors in the past five years, and a greater variety of users are now leveraging the technology to improve their own decision-making.
As the years pass, private and public sector organizations continue to become more engaged with business intelligence solutions, most obviously big data and its many offerings from a multitude of vendors.
The evolution of analytics and business intelligence has accelerated significantly in the past few years, driven by more robust options and players in the market that make the potential pool of users more diverse and voluminous.
Since the beginning of the modern business analytics era, one of the main objectives among government agencies has been the use of these tools to improve population health management.
One of the main themes within the business analytics realm throughout the past several years has been the rapid increase in digital information around the globe and how it impacts the average organization.
Big data has had a profound and relatively immediate impact on the public and private sectors, as more companies begin to leverage the tools for a wide range of purposes and objectives.
The health care sector has been among the most aggressive in its pursuit and adoption of modern technologies throughout the past several years, while many progressions have been entirely data-centric.
Perhaps the most exciting industry to watch in the data analytics revolution is health care, where companies are at once working to achieve internal optimization and maintain compliance with external regulations through the use of intelligence solutions.
In the past several years, one of the main themes in corporate computing has been the consumerization of IT, characterized by increasingly complex demands of employees for access to the most advanced technology out there.
How are enterprises identifying fraud when it's committed? Better yet, how are they using technology to help them prevent it from happening in the first place?