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Interview: Why Picking The Right Tech in 2018 Is Going To Be A Challenge

April 30, 2018

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Why Choosing The Right Procurement Technology Is Going To Be Trickier In 2018: Digital Transformation, AI, and Big Data Analytics The chances are that you are familiar with each of the above terms even if it is only a precursory knowledge. However, beyond a transient understanding, what impact will these technological breakthroughs have on procurement […]

Rosslyn’s “Five Ways” Webinar And How To Find The Value From Big Data by Jon Hansen

April 28, 2015

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“More importantly, how are we being equipped to handle Doug Laney’s volume, velocity, variety hypothesis relating to data growth, and the amount of information that bombards us on a daily even hourly basis?  In essence are we controlling the data or is the data controlling us and, are we seeing more but knowing less?” – […]

Is there such a thing as “Big Data” blindness? (Part 1 of 2) by Jon Hansen

September 9, 2013

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With the growing buzz surrounding “BIG DATA” I cannot help but wonder what it all means and whether or not it is the side effect of unbridled data accumulation and over-reliance as opposed to delivering increased decision-making capabilities re volume versus true intelligence. The authors of the book Big Data raised this question in a […]

Big Data, Predictive Models and a Hit TV Series (Part 1 of 2) by Jon Hansen

May 22, 2013

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“What you are talking about is the utilization of a predictive model similar in many ways to the system featured in the hit TV show Person of Interest.  Quite simply it is a centralized capture and correlation repository which then utilizes advanced algorithms to put an organization ahead of the demand curve.” The above is […]