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A Level Playing Field: Advanced Analytics for All

The benefits of advanced analytics are well known. Blue chip companies from Wall Street to Silicon Valley have been generating business value for years, by designing data-driven products, streamlining operations, predicting customer behavior, and identifying unique opportunities. Traditionally, the software and services necessary to glean these insights has been prohibitively expensive for all but the largest enterprises. That’s all changing.

Register for this episode of The Briefing Room to hear veteran Analyst Dr. Robin Bloor explain how the landscape for analytics is changing. He’ll be briefed by Ed White of Algebraix Data, who will showcase his company’s analytics-as-a-service offering. He’ll discuss how their new delivery model that blends Cloud, Algebraix and open-source technologies, plus an expert Data Science team, can cut the traditional price tag by 90% or more.


A Big BI Company You Never Heard Of?

It has a full portfolio of BI products, 3,000 corporate customers worldwide – including quite a few household names – offices in 15+ countries, more than 100 partners/distributors and a consistent annual growth annual rate of 20+%. But you may not recognize the name. The product is called BOARD, and the company behind it is BOARD …Read More

Vendor Perspective: Distributed Computing is a ‘Wicked Problem’

Value-chains are becoming increasingly complex orchestrations across multiple silos, partners, technologies and standards. To succeed, organizations must master this dynamic, distributed and diverse operating reality and become agile digital businesses. The roadblock to seamless end-to-end automation of development and operations (DevOps) is manual integration. While APIs create marketplaces of capabilities and information sources for composing …Read More

Dynamic Architectures and the Future of Enterprise Computing

Many tremendous innovations over the past few years have fundamentally transformed the way companies can harness the power of data. The biggest hurdle today? Legacy information architectures. The information systems of yesteryear were not built for the size, speed and volatility of the data-driven business. A new, much more dynamic approach to enterprise computing must be adopted for these advances to take hold.

Register for this episode of The Briefing Room to hear veteran Analyst Dr. Robin Bloor as he explains the sweeping changes overtaking the enterprise IT stack. He’ll be briefed by Dave Duggal of EnterpriseWeb, who will showcase SmartAlex®, his company’s intelligent software agent that dynamically connects, transforms and integrates diverse and distributed APIs. SmartAlex liberates people from time-consuming and repetitive technical tasks so they can focus on composing value-added business solutions.