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IBM Cognos Analytics

Timothy Walker

Cognos Analytics smart features: IBM product team goes deep into version 11.1

IBM Cognos Analytics 11.1 has been reconceived to bring the power of AI to BI. Here, product development team members dig into its AI-driven features.

IBM Cognos Analytics

Graham Turney

Patients, please: Delivering better outcomes with smart, modern healthcare analytics

Modern healthcare analytics uses AI-driven features to meet the needs of healthcare organizations and, most importantly, their patients.

IBM Cognos Analytics

Kevin McFaul

Announcing the all-new IBM Cognos Analytics 11.1!

IBM Cognos Analytics 11.1 is a huge advance in our quest to bring the full power of AI to BI with advanced analytics capabilities driven by AI.

IBM Cognos Analytics

Graham Turney

Manufacturing analytics: using smart analytics to improve factories, products and customer satisfaction

Manufacturing is going through massive changes thanks the use of data-driven smart manufacturing analytics to dramatically improve productivity.

Analytics for all

Gregory Verlinden

Advanced analytics meets real-world results at Analytics University in Stockholm

As my colleagues and I work with IBM’s European clients, we get to witness the business impacts of advanced analytics and data science every day.

Analytics for all

Tim Walker

Do You Trust Your Data to Drive Better Decisions? Two New Resources Help You Learn How.

Why read this: To understand the quality of your data and drive better decision making. The payoff: Two new expert resources from IBM Business Analyt...

Analytics for all

Paul Ambraz

How to be data-driven and act on your analytics vision

 The potential of what businesses can achieve with analytics is tremendous, and it just keeps growing.  Taking full advantage means incorporating ...

Analytics for all

Forsyth Alexander

10 types of data that change your business game

We should be celebrating data. If we didn't have data, we'd making decisions based on instinct or gut feel. That might lead to one or two successes, but it's like pin-the-tail-on-the-donkey. A whole lot of blind stabbing goes on. These 10 types of data take the blindfold out of the game while adding tremendous value.

Analytics for all

Chris Penn

The evolution of the data-driven company

Making the journey to becoming data-driven is not fast or easy, but it can be done and it's worth it. It starts with an entrepreneurial effort from within a company and moves through five stages. At the end, the company reaches the point where it is combines data, analysis, and insights to answer the question of “what next?”