Predictive analytics made easier in the cloud
Utilising mature environments where ML services are costed and utilised allows the team to focus on real value generation when it comes to developing predictive capabilities, says Johan Du Preez, capability architect at Ovations.
The emergence of a slew of new business models
The recovery from the pandemic uncertainty, confusion and disruption will prompt tech changes that will assist organisations to rebuild for a more optimistic future.
From gut-based to data-driven, decision-making transformed by COVID-19
Every company is now a ‘data’ business, as it really boils down to using its insights to improve decision-making and drive business value, says Datacentrix's Shakeel Jhazbhay .
Turning prediction into an analytics game
Predictive analytics offers organisations a holistic view of customers, enhancing their experience and ensuring business continuity, says Dario Debarbieri, SEO for Asia Pacific, Enterprise Outsourcing.
Race is on for the data science maestro
A skilled data scientist needs a wide range of skills, advanced qualifications and several years of business experience.
'AI is coming, and it'll favour the prepared'
AI is a new key trend that must be considered by organisations for the success of their future CX strategy: Genesys.
Analytics, machine learning predict World Cup scores
Local data scientists use predictive analytics and machine learning to foretell the results of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Technology, putting the 'resource' in human resources
HR is a highly skilled profession which can benefit from technologies which complement these skills, creating efficiencies and enhancing effectiveness, says Andrew Hoseck, COO at In2IT Technologies.
Harnessing the power of predictive analytics
Businesses need to adapt their decision-making paradigm to being forward looking and scenario dependent, says SITA.
The role of GRC as a means of organisational intelligence
Unlocking the strategic intelligence value of GRC comes from the ability to timeously translate, communicate and transform gained data into effective decisions, says SITA's Mai Moodley.
Predictive analytics can build stronger customer relationships
No single company can exist without the support of its buyers and therefore retaining existing customer and attracting new ones is vital to company growth, says WNS SA.