Analytics Abridged: What It Is, Why It Matters, Where To Start & Why IBM
In the spirit of "brevity being the soul of wit" I thought I'd put together a really short explanation of analytics for those looking for a Reader's Digest version.
So, here goes:
Analytics facilitates a cohesive banding together of the organization for execution-oriented
organizational alignment, enterprise agility and better performance enabling action. Smarter
decisions result leading to superior performance.
Analytics are delivering breakthrough results for organizations around the world. Witness a
few statistics from IBM's Global CEO, CFO, CHRO and MIT/Sloan studies below to see how important
analytics is for companies that want to remain competitive in today's volatile global economy and the impact it's having on their performance results.
needs of their customers else they get left behind. Competitive advantage is and will always
be the watchword for businesses and it's no more apparent than it is today. Business analytics
provides that platform for mitigating threats and exploiting opportunities so you can thrive as a business.
Starting your analytics journey can begin in many places across your business but what
we typically see is organizations first addressing 4 areas worth noting.
Join IBM as the global analytics leader with a world-class stable of solutions that are helping
organizations the world over to drive, monitor and understand their businesses better. IBM has
the technical and business process expertise and experience to deliver the analytics platform
suited to your company's analytics needs.
The images above are part of a single "Infographic" for business analytics which is below should you want to use this as single image for your own purposes.
Learn more about IBM's analytics solutions by going to http
I hope that helps!
Tim O'Bryan, AnalyticsZone
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