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  • Many factors contribute to the success or failure of enterprise projects, whether they be intricate analytical implementations or complex, large-scale transformations. But failure can often be traced back to one of the most critical stages of any project: problem definition. Though simple on the surface, correctly defining the problem to be solved is the most […]
    Industries: Finance and Insurance
    Operational transformation, cost optimization and innovation have become the strategic drivers of enterprise value in an increasingly complex and competitive business environment. Most companies use a mix of related assessments to prioritize, plan and realize their innovation and transformational agendas. These tools most frequently include financial analysis to project total performance, strategic analysis to assess […]
    Industries: Utilities
    Digitization is opening up a host of new opportunities for the energy, environment and utilities industry to streamline productivity and efficiency, enhance customer engagement and develop new service models. This is imperative to anticipate and manage a changing environment like demanding digital customers, stringent regulations, distributed and variable energy sources and emerging energy management technologies. […]
    Industries: Professional Services
    The professional services industry has been on a steady evolutionary trajectory since it emerged as a cost-saving outsourced services model a couple of decades ago. From operating call centers to executing non-core repeatable processes, the industry has expanded its professional services portfolio towards the value end of the outsourcing opportunity. Nowadays the emphasis is predominantly […]
    Manufacturing has a rich tradition of analytics – from leveraging analytics for process design and engineering to using highly analytical techniques such as lean, just-in-time and six sigma to optimize productivity and costs on the shop floor. Industry 4.0 represents the sector’s tipping point from the traditional into the digital age. This shift to Smart […]
    Industries: Retail
    The value of data is to empower enterprise decision making: to enable fast, effective decisions with a measurable impact on operational and strategic performance. Fast and effective decisions are rooted in context. In the retail industry, the current context includes technological disruption, changing consumer expectations on access and convenience, and exceptional cost pressures. Layered on […]
    A majority of companies across sectors like media, manufacturing, and financial services believe that telecommunications firms could be a better source for customer insights than even Google. Yet, almost half of the same brands are not ‘aware of operators’ ability to even offer these insights.’ This gap between opportunity and ability is one of the […]
    Industries: Finance and Insurance
    Over the past few years, the sentiment that analytics and big data are not delivering business value has grown. In a 2015 Xerox Forrester survey of business stakeholders, 44% of respondents said analytics and big data are overrated or deliver insignificant benefits. Only 8% described these tools as business critical. More recently, the Harvard Business […]