Data quality, staffing issues still plague analytics efforts

This article was written by Gabriel Hauari for Information Management and was licensed by Bloomberg. Despite the growth in consumption and use of data, many organizations still struggle with their analytics efforts, complaining of poor data quality, insufficient expertise in-house and a shortage of trained data professionals in general. Those are among the findings of a new study by

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Data analytics is the new competitive differentiator.

Data Analytics Is No Longer A Nice Option — It’s The Core Of The Enterprise Global businesses are facing increasing complexity and market volatility. In response, all business functions are turning to data-driven analytics and insights as a means to manage this increasing uncertainty, while better understanding their organizations’ customer bases and growing their businesses.

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People prefer to deal with … people!!!

No, the Recruitment Industry Won’t Be Dying Anytime Soon Those who have knowledge don’t predict. Those who predict don’t have knowledge.” – Lao Tzu The recruitment industry has an uncertain future because recruitment will die … and soon. Recruitment will be automated, thanks to machine learning and Artificial Intelligence (AI) that will make the job

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“New York and London may be global financial services leaders, but Atlanta is the unsung — so far — leader in financial technology,”

When you stop for a moment and think about how interconnected the world, it can boggle your mind. While language, culture, history, and many other factors still separate people, the tightly interwoven economies of nearly every nation on Earth has created an unprecedented atmosphere of mutual cooperation and international interest. A huge part of that

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