Business analytics needs underpinnings of sound data and data-skilled humans
Data analytics for the solution of first-order business problems is probably more important than ever. It is not new. Companies and organisations have been analysing computerised data for many decades. But all sorts of companies now pronounce themselves "data driven". Read more about business analytics trends in this exclusive e-guide.
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