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Why IBM Decision Optimization?

IBM Decision Optimization is a prescriptive analytics solution that enables organizations in commerce, manufacturing, financial services, healthcare, telco, government and other highly data-intensive industries to make better decisions and achieve business goals by solving complex optimization problems.

IBM Decision Optimization is an integral part of IBM Watson® Studio, so users can benefit from all data science features of IBM Watson Studio, like access to machine-learning models, the ability to pass output from predictive analytics to the Decision Optimization engine, access to open notebook features, visualization features and data connectivity options from IBM Watson Studio.

Watch the videos below to see how IBM Decision Optimization can help your industry drive better business outcomes:

Retail:

Travel and Transport Industry:

Energy and Utilities:

For any further questions do not hesitate to contact me at: andersq@dk.ibm.com

Research & Innovation Executive, IBM Research - IBM Watson

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