There’s a new breed of analytics growing in popularity among manufacturing firms. Operational Intelligence, also known as Manufacturing Intelligence, integrates and analyzes data from a variety of plant sources and translates raw data feeds into actionable information that can be viewed in context.
By Sam Somashekar, Senior Product Management / Marketing / Strategy Consultant Big Data is poised to explode in 2014. It promises to provide actionable insight from huge amounts of data that can come from everywhere. But will it make a difference for your business? It’s safe to say that if data in any quantity is used [...]
Chateaux at the 2013 CIO Summit of America Chateaux will return to The 2014 CIO Summit of America as a Platinum Sponsor on Tuesday, January 28, 2014 at the Harvard Club of New York. Last year, the event attracted over 320 CIO/IT leaders and C-level executives from the New York tri-state area, [...]
Chateaux’s business is based on a methodology that includes a substantial investment in mentoring and support for our customers. The partnerships we cultivate with our clients are long-term commitments towards combining thoughtful collaboration with best practices. One of the many things we do to support and strengthen our relationships with clients is hosting them for [...]
By Sam Somashekar, Senior Product Management / Marketing / Strategy Consultant When implementing a new BI solution, you typically hear the term “organizational readiness”. This refers to the preparation of an organization to use analytics, including training on BI tools and proper data use; establishing processes for support; and shifting or acquiring people with the skills [...]
By Sam Somashekar, Senior Product Management / Marketing / Strategy Consultant Actionable insight is what propels a business. Operational Intelligence (OI) allows you to gain this insight from both historical data, typically used by Business Intelligence solutions, as well as real-time data feeds. With this combination businesses can immediately take action on decisions and change next-step [...]
By Hugo Toledo, Senior BI Architect Big Data has hit the big time. Brought to the forefront of all CxO’s attention after a Harvard Business Review cover story in 2012, Big Data is now a colloquialism for “massive amounts of data generating actionable business insight.” Recently, Big Data further jumped into the spotlight as both [...]
Data and data sources are increasing at a tremendously fast pace. In addition to the volume of data being produced by the electronically-connected world, the number of different sources and types of information is growing at unprecedented rates. Organizations are attempting to make use of all this information by storing it in relational or non-relational databases for further analysis by a variety of Business Intelligence tools. However, with the high rate and volume of data comes the need for faster analysis.
Key Takeaways from Ray Dalio’s Recent Talk on the Future of Investments and World Economies By Alex Suzuki, Senior Account Executive The Japan Society frequently hosts programs for the international business community on U.S.-Japan relations and related current events. Recently, I attended their corporate program entitled “Where does the Future of Investments Lie?” featuring guest [...]
Marketing Relevance Rises with Business Intelligence and Big Data By Sam Somashekar, Senior Product Management / Marketing / Strategy Consultant Photo credit: Carlos Veira Lorenzo There once was a time when the typical marketing strategy was “if you throw enough against the wall, eventually something will stick.” Marketing budgets were huge, and [...]