Pagos, Inc. a developer of software solutions and IT consulting services has signed an OEM partnership agreement with TIBCO to integrate the Spotfire Analytics Platform with Pagos’ SpreadsheetWEB software. Read the press release here.
Depending on one’s perspective, business intelligence (BI) can be a discipline unto itself, a superset and even a subset of other business information systems. Add in data mining (DM), data and/or business analytics and predictive analytics (PA), and (nevermind BPM, PM and OLAP) and one gets a murky picture of… Read More →
Next time the price of gasoline has jumped or fallen a few pennies, you might pause a moment to consider the years of planning, billions in investment and the role of analytics and heavy-duty data and computing that made your transaction possible. Chevron Corp. (disclosure – a Spotfire analytics client)… Read More →
Forrester Analyst James Kobielus (@jameskobielus) shared his business intelligence and advanced analytics predictions for 2010 in a recent posting on The Forrester Blog for Business Process & Applications Professionals. Kobielus’ predictions are in accordance with several emerging end user trends.
Two computer science graduate students at University Maryland, College Park used Spotfire’s analytics to understand crime on campus. Their goal was to see if they could use analytics to identify crime hot spots, peak hours, and maybe even prevent crime.
Seth Grimes is an analytics strategy consultant at Alta Plana Corporation, located near Washington DC. Seth is also a leading industry observer, focusing on business intelligence, text analytics, and decision support as a long-time contributing editor for TechWeb’s Intelligent Enterprise, text analytics channel expert at the BeyeNETWORK, and founding chair… Read More →
Companies are rethinking how to build a data center – from the ground up. From automated air handling controls to bi-level design, improvements in both efficiency of footprint and reduced electrical demands for cooling can provide room for growth. Add analytics to track consumption and performance and you have operational… Read More →
A challenge for each of you over the holidays – grab one of your friends or relatives who is not a major techie and explain business intelligence and visualization to them. Okay, stop laughing.
From auto tailpipes to stoves to lightbulbs, every day we use more power than we need and waste the excess heat that’s generated. And you can imagine how much extra heat is lost from industrial-strength facilities and large offices. But analytics and computers are coming to the rescue. One federal… Read More →
Failure is, unfortunately, an option in the world of high-tech, high-touch solution roll-outs. We’ve all been there. The best laid plans of IT and management spiral into a morass of useless data, pointless reports, and unused technology. How, as technologists, do we best learn from mistakes to ensure successful technology… Read More →