First, focus on the business decisions to be made.
Deciding where and when to deploy analytics software in an enterprise can be challenging.
One way to approach the problem is to adopt a decision-management approach, in which an organization thinks about the decision to be made and who is making that decision.
By focusing on decision-making – roughly the types of decisions to be made, who makes them, and when they need to be made – organizations can identify the right analytics software and infrastructure needs.
In this free guide from James Taylor of Decision Management Solutions, you will learn:
- The four basic types of decisions: strategic, tactical, planning, and operations, and how analytics capabilities can help.
- Analytic styles, including interactivity, data visualization, and scaling.
- Types of analytics, including descriptive, diagnostic, predictive, as well as capabilities that optimize business decisions.
- Data types, including structured, semi-structured, and unstructured.
- Computing power considerations for analytics, including in-database, in-Hadoop, in-memory, data grids, workstations, and the cloud.
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