Our three-minute guides to analytics can help you get your analytics initiatives off to a smart start. Read now to learn more about how analytics can help deliver deeper insights that can pave the way to more effective decision making.
|The three-minute guide to banking analytics
Rebooting and refocusing your bank’s analytics capabilities can seem daunting, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Identify where data and analytics can have the greatest impact.
|The three-minute guide to sustainability analytics
Sustainability analytics can help companies understand the cost, impact, and performance of their past and present sustainability initiatives - and anticipate future conditions and requirements.
|The three-minute guide to text analytics
There are plenty of hidden signals in your unstructured data that could have a big impact on your business - if you know how to identify them. Asking the right questions can make all the difference.
|The three-minute guide to big data
From financial market transactions to social network chats to radio-frequency ID tag signals, the sources of big data are varied and growing. Learn why businesses are looking to big data as a competitive advantage.
|The three-minute guide to geospatial analytics
With advances in technology - mobile devices, location sensors, social media, and more - organisations now have access to time and location data that can be leveraged in new ways. Using geospatial analytics, businesses can identify patterns that were previously buried in spreadsheets, resulting in better decisions.
|The three-minute guide to analytics for shared service
Analytics can shine a light on potential improvements within the four walls of the shared service centre. What process change could decrease call centre hold time? Which transaction type is driving up costs? Whose performance is lagging?.
|The three-minute guide to supply chain analytics
Supply chains are a rich place to look for competitive advantage, partly because of their complexity, and party because of the significant role they play in a company’s cost structure. If your supply chain management models are based only on past demand, supply, and business cycles, you could be missing big opportunities to put analytics to work.
|The three-minute guide to pricing analytics
Analytics can lead the way on pricing and customer profitability. This outline describes how pricing analytics can help improve margins and deliver the insights required to take pricing strategies to the next level.
|The three-minute guide to risk analytics
Many organisations want to take advantage of the benefits of risk analytics to proactively identify and understand sources of risk to limit risk exposure, or to take certain risks to generate returns. Risk analytics can help establish a baseline for measuring risk across the organisation and offer executives clarity in identifying, viewing, understanding, and managing risk.
|The three-minute guide to fraud analytics
Fraud analytics can provide insights that allow a company to manage potential threats before they occur as well as develop a proactive fraud and bribery detection environment.
|The three-minute guide to tax analytics
Almost every organisation can use tax analytics to potentially gain savings, cut costs, reduce tax risks, gain tax process efficiency, and enhance tax compliance.
|The three-minute guide to workforce reporting and analytics
Take 3 minutes to see how workforce analytics is capable of delivering deeper insights that can pave the way to more effective decision making.
|The three-minute guide to customer analytics
Customer analytics is among the most powerful enablers companies have for translating their customer’s signals into useful insights.