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Rosslyn Analytics Makes The Mayor of Detroit An Offer He May Not Be Able To Refuse by Jon Hansen

September 9, 2014


“Detroit has been spending on average $100 million more than it has taken in for each of the past five years. The city’s $11 billion in unsecured debt includes $6 billion in health and other retirement benefits and $3 billion in retiree pensions for its 20,000 city pensioners, who are slated to receive less than 10 […]

Top PI Blog Posts Countdown No. 4: Rosslyn Analytics Adaptive Intelligence Reflects Scientific Principles

October 31, 2012


Editor’s Note: As we approach my 1,000th Procurement Insights blog post, over the next week I will be sharing with you the top 5 posts in terms of overall reads. Today’s submission, which ranked number 4 with 7,607 reads, was written on January 27th, 2010.  What makes the ranking of this post interesting is that […]

iTunes Intelligence: ERP data extraction the Rosslyn Analytics way!

February 22, 2011


This is due to the fact that vertically integrated supply chains are often inflexible in terms of responding to the diverse stakeholder dynamics that are reshaping the ways in which organizations buy and sell in the emerging global economy. In a 2002 article Forrester Research’s Navi Radjou linked the lack of flexibility to the inherent […]

Rosslyn Analytics: Disruptive Innovation and the Emergence of a New Titan

February 2, 2011


A disruptive innovation is an innovation that disrupts an existing market. The term is used in business and technology literature to describe innovations that improve a product or service in ways that the market does not expect, typically by lowering price or designing for a different set of consumers. from Wikipedia In June 2009 I […]

Rosslyn Analytics . . . It’s The Real Thing!

January 20, 2011


JMP Securities included Rosslyn Analytics in its annual Hot 100 list because it is one of the fastest growing UK technology companies with a rapidly expanding global customer base across the private and public sectors. from Press Release dated January 20th, 2011 What the title of today’s post lacks in originality, Rosslyn Analytics more than […]

Rosslyn Analytics Recent Press Release Brings SaaS-based Technology to the Tipping Point of Market Transformation

October 14, 2010


“I believe the phrase “spend intelligence” to be misleading. To me, it sounds like a new take or sub-segment of business intelligence software applications which offer analytics and dashboard capabilities and sit on top of existing systems of record. The problem is that spend visibility and analytics is much more complex, requiring data cleansing, rationalization, […]

Rosslyn Analytics Releases New White Paper – There is an alternative to costly ERP-implemented spend analytics‏

May 12, 2010


Rosslyn Analytics Releases New White Paper on the Business Value of Non-Consultancy Implemented Spend Analytics Charles Clark to be interviewed live on BlogTalkRadio London, United Kingdom – 12 May 2010: In the fast changing, inter-connected global economy, private and public sector organizations can no longer “survive” the inefficiencies of the overarching, monolithic undertakings associated with […]

New Rosslyn Analytics White Paper To Be Released Next Week

April 7, 2010


As you know I have been covering Rosslyn Analytics since early January (although they were on my radar screen well before then). In the two articles that I have written, January 27th, 2010 – Rosslyn Analytics Adaptive Intelligence Reflects Scientific Principles and, March 18th, 2010 – Rosslyn Analytics: Find a Need and Fill IT! I […]

Rosslyn Analytics: Find A Need and Fill IT!

March 18, 2010


Ruth Stafford Peale, wife of The Power of Positive Thinking author, Norman Vincent Peale is credited with the famous quote “Find a need and fill it!” Powerful and insightful in its very simplicity, it’s true meaning is surprisingly and consistently overlooked by the majority of organizations – especially those within the world of high tech […]

Rosslyn Analytics Adaptive Intelligence Reflects Scientific Principles

January 27, 2010


The journal seeks to transform data analysis into a competent tool for scientific research and engineering applications, and to distinguish it from mere data processing. Unlike data processing, which relies on established procedures and parameters, data analysis encompasses in-depth study in order to extract physical understanding. A further distinction the journal makes is the need […]