Retailers need to know their customers well – who they are, what stuffs they like to buy, how they would pay and what they think about the product or service. The best part is that there’s an ocean of data now available to fill in the gaps. Every time a customer visits the store, a long trail of customer data churns out for the retailers to explore.
With the help of this data, the retailers improve sales figures, customer service and interaction and their product offerings. Leveraging data is crucial. According to Gartner, retailers seek advanced analytic capabilities to shine bright in this age of digitized market solutions.
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Data analytics is evolving. Coupled with Big Data, it is changing the topography of almost everything.
Each year, more and more companies are allocating their time and budget to exploit and understand vast pools of data strewn across them, both inside and outside company files. Of course, Big Data and Analytics is selling like a hot cake today, but what is its story of evolution? How the technology flourished 10 years back?
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With data analytics flourishing the manner it is, a lot of you hailing from IT background are sincerely thinking about making the remarkable switch from IT to Analytics. The skills you possess are transferable and the data structure fascinates you. You know very well, you will make more money in analytics and your career pathway will seek you great rewards. Yet something is stopping you from going!!!
What it is? Why are you feeling apprehensive to make the bold move that could change your life and career forever?
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We are happy to announce that our honorable Program Director, Tanmoy Ganguli’s couple of research papers titled: The Global Financial Crisis, Sensex and Stock Market Bubbles: A tale re-told and The Modelling of Allowances for Loans and Lease Losses During Stock Market Bubbles got selected for presentation at the 12th Annual Conference of IFIM Business School, Bangalore. No wonder, we the entire team at DexLab Analytics is feeling ecstatic and why not we have all the reasons in the world!!
Both the research papers are written and crafted by Tanmoy Ganguli, who has great expertise and fulfilling knowledge in the field of Credit Risk Modeling, SAS and Regression Models. Before setting his foot in the world of analytics, he worked as an assistant professor at a reputable college in Kolkata, hence happened to gain a lot of experience in teaching and managing students. His papers are intensely well-researched and hence got selected for presentation at Convergence 2017, which took place on 15th and 16th September 2017 at IFIM Business School, Bangalore. The theme of the event was Management 2022: Growth and Sustainability Challenges.
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Data is the new oil – processing it into actionable intelligence is the only way of leveraging its potentials to the fullest. On this note, CIOs are courting predictive analytics tools, curating machine learning algorithms and battle-testing cutting-edge solutions to amp up business efficiencies and devise better ways to fulfill customer needs.
For robust technological growth, CIOs are investing more than ever on newer tools and systems that supports data science. Going by the research statistics of IDC, worldwide revenues in the field of big data and data analytics are expected to soar high above $150.8 billion in 2017, an increase of 12.4%over 2016. Also, commercial purchases of software, hardware and services in pursuit of boosting big data and business analytics are expected to cross $210 billion.
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Today, businesses are in a rat race to derive relevant intuition and make best use of their data. Several notable organizations are skimming with cutting edge data science terms and resolving intricate problems (some being more successful than others).
However, the crux lies in determining the present stage of data science your organization has embraced, followed by ascertainment of the desired level of data science.
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Scientists across the globe are looking forward towards formulating new methods to realize ‘quantum internet’, an unhackable internet, which connects particles linked together by the principle of quantum entanglement. In simple terms, quantum internet will entail multiple particles striking information at each other in the form of quantum signals – but specialists are yet to figure out what it actually does beyond that. The term ‘quantum internet’ is quite sketchy at this moment. There’s no real definition of it as of now.
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Today, Pelle Braendgaard writes distributed applications, or “DApps,” for Ethereum—a cryptography-based technology that is waiting to make an impact. It’s similar to the green field of 1990’s web, providing similar opportunities as then.
The birth of DApps
If people at all know about Ethereum, it is as Bitcoin’s first cousin that stands for everything experimental and of course Braendgaard, who is widely acclaimed as the old-guard programmer. The price of Ether, the coin underlying Ethereum, has spiked up by over a factor of 20 in the last 6 months. Unfortunately, on the zest to become rich quickly, many of us have overlooked Ethereum’s prominent significance. More than just being a new type of digital currency, Ethereum has developed into a new breed of distributed computer, which no one can control but can see inside out. Through this computer, a new creed of applications is launched -“DApps”.
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Machines are going to eat our jobs.
AI is handling insurance claims and basic bookkeeping, maintaining investment portfolios, doing preliminary HR tasks, and performing extensive legal research and lot more. So, do humans stand a chance against the automation apocalypse, where everything, almost everything will be controlled by robots?
What do you think? You might be worried about your future job opportunities and universal basic income, but I would ask you to draw a clearer picture about this competing theory – because, in the end, this question might not even be a plausible and completely valid question. Why, I will tell you now.
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