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Paul Bard

Seven key terms to help you learn about GDPR

GDPR is the new data privacy regulation for the European Union. Here are 7 key terms to give you a quick introduction to this important new EU regulation.

Planning Analytics

Guy Jones

In the market for a new planning application? Make sure you do the math first!

A new planning application can help take your organization’s planning process to a whole new level by reducing your dependence on spreadsheets, auto...

Planning Analytics

Paul Bard

Let’s add “O” to FP&A: Why finance teams should include operational data in their FP&A

Financial planning and analysis (FP&A) is probably the most interesting part of the finance job. But, according to a recent article in CFO magazin...

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

Suman Mukherjee

Analyzing traffic data in the heart of Manhattan (and other boroughs)

Analyzing traffic data can tell us a lot about accidents. Recently, I used Watson Analytics to analyze data from the New York Police Department from 2013-2015 to see what I could learn about traffic accidents in the New York area.

Analytics for all

Forsyth Alexander

Data is for everyone–and yes, that means you!

Think you need to be a math or technical genius to use data? Think again. Everyone can tap into data and use it to do better things.

Analytics for all

Forsyth Alexander

Data is everywhere and that’s a good thing

Data is pervasive and plentiful. And the things it can do for you are amazing. It can propel your business, improve your life and help people.

Analytics for all

Forsyth Alexander

23 reasons to get excited about data

In a lot of ways, data gets a bad rap, one it doesn't deserve. Learn why in this new ebook from a group of social media experts.