Ready to get your BI modernization strategy rolling? Here’s a step-by-step guide on everything you need to know before you begin.
The importance of business intelligence cannot be overstated. This powerful tool provides critical knowledge and insights that give companies a solid leg up in the race to market success. With it, organizations gain [...]
Data is, unquestionably, one of the most critical assets a modern global organization can have. In today’s intensely competitive business landscape, quality data can mean the difference between becoming a thriving industry leader [...]
Business intelligence (BI), if done right, can have a significantly positive impact on your organization. BI can enable faster decision-making and improved collaboration across teams; it can uncover insights about your customers, current [...]
Enterprise interest in artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI / ML) is exploding with experts forecasting a 10x increase in spending over the next five years. However, the complex nature and exacting demands [...]
What “Mad Men” Can Teach Us About the Customer Experience and How ML / AI Capabilities Are Improving It
The first episode of “Mad Men” features a focus group in a brightly lit room. Chairs are placed neatly in rows along laboratory-grade clean counters. Along these countertops lie small shiny cylinders, each with individual tags and a box of tissues to accompany them. Amongst these chairs enter a line of secretaries, each assigned to a seat.
5 Pillars of Data Observability: How Recency, Distribution, Volume, Schema, and Lineage Maintain Healthy Data
For data observability, those guiding principles can be simplified into five pillars: recency, distribution, volume, schema, and lineage. Evaluated together, they help organizations guarantee the health of their data.
As you read this, hundreds of thousands of megabytes of new data have already been generated — and that’s a conservative calculation.
Data, data, and more data: In today’s landscape, data is driving critical decisions and is considered the lifeblood of an organization. With an increasingly digital economy, more and more enterprises are making key financial and customer decisions based on data input...
When Home Depot wanted real-time analytics from its SAP data to manage inventory, the company turned to cloud-based analytics to avoid stockouts and increase sales. Like many SAP users, the home improvement retailer relies on the power of SAP S/4HANA to create an intelligent enterprise and drive digital transformation.
Have you ever searched for something only to be bombarded later with a plethora of ads for related services or products? Or crazier still, have you mentioned a product name aloud and been greeted with an ad for that same service a few hours later?
Spatial Data Science is a term we use frequently at Maven Wave to describe the use of spatial data, algorithms, and analytical methods applied in concert with more traditional machine learning and deep learning techniques.
The emergence and growing capabilities of the public cloud have led to a revolution in new products, processes, and tools. Lower costs have supported an explosion in data, and new analytical capabilities have created an exponential increase in insights — just to name a few benefits.
In a recent white paper, The Inevitability of Data Science Modernization During the Machine Learning and AI Revolution, Maven Wave detailed how recent developments in data science modernization (DSM) are setting the foundation to support the transformative power of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML).
In the business world, machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) are keys to the future of modern enterprises. A recent survey from ESIThoughtLab found that two-thirds of business leaders see AI as critically important for their future.
Atos and Maven Wave see data and cloud as the core pillars of digital transformation. You’ve probably heard (or read) us say that modern enterprises can’t compete without data-driven, cloud-based practices.
Healthcare and life sciences organizations (HCLS) were moving to the cloud even before government mandates for interoperability came into play. Forward-thinking providers, insurance companies, and drug companies have been using the power of cloud to redefine the patient experience, unearth the value of data, and improve the delivery of care for years.
On a recent episode of the Data Movers Podcast, our very own Brad Foster sat down with JSA CEO Jaymie Scotto Cutaia and a top B2B influencer in the tech, telecom, and data center space, Evan Kistel.
Google Cloud recently announced its acquisition of Dataform, a platform that empowers analysts to manage the entire flow of data within the warehouse, using a single, unified workflow. Incredibly powerful, Dataform is the tool [...]
Data and reporting play a key role in informing business strategy nowadays, but building a robust data program is harder than it sounds. Should you migrate your data to the cloud little-by-little or all at once? If you’ve already migrated, how do you ensure cost control and optimization? And once you have the basics down, how can you dive deeper into advanced analytics programs?
Across screens worldwide, Google Next ‘20: OnAir attendees are taking a deeper dive into today’s most commanding cloud topics. Led by Google Cloud experts and featured guests, the all-digital event is helping leaders [...]
One of the most vital business lessons to derive from the ongoing global pandemic is the importance of data quality. While making key decisions around the best ways to rapidly implement and pivot [...]
Congratulations BigQuery on celebrating 10 years! As an early entrant to the Google Cloud Partner ecosystem, we at Maven Wave have enjoyed seeing the platform grow and evolve from beta to the industry [...]
The modern consumer expects personalization as a standard of service. And even more, they expect to have a seamless transition between their online shopping experience and in-store interactions. Today, with much focus on [...]
Even though human-in-the-loop is still in its “early innings,” companies can generate considerable business value in the near-term by implementing this emerging technology. At most workplaces, it’s now expected that employees across a [...]
Consider how far we’ve come with artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in such a short time. Three years ago, AI and ML were new to everyone; data scientists were the only [...]
Artificial intelligence (AI) has completely transformed in the last five years due to the increased availability of computing resources in addition to a better understanding of techniques and customer demand. In fact, the [...]
The majority of today’s businesses are investing in ML, according to our research. Use cases vary widely by industry, but several key applications — including process automation and customer behavior analysis — are [...]
In a previous post, we shared the recurring question from the first day of the Chief Analytics Officer fall conference: how can you best apply insights from your data? In response to that [...]
Today’s marketers have an awe-inspiring, some might say overwhelming, range of responsibilities. What was once a narrow focus on advertising and promotion has expanded to include a wide range of content creation and [...]
Machine learning is garnering a great deal of attention and resources right now but experience is showing that the journey from promising experiments to functioning solutions is not always an easy one. In [...]
On a daily basis, marketers are tasked with identifying new ways to target customers through campaigns, emails, events, ads, social media, and more. But, how do you know if your marketing strategy is [...]
What is serverless computing? The funny thing about “serverless computing” is that in reality, it still requires servers. The name is actually used because the server management and capacity planning decisions are completely [...]
6 Essential Components If you’re reading this article, you are likely already using Google Cloud Platform (GCP), planning to use it, or maybe you are simply intrigued to learn more. Irrespective of your [...]
Gartner’s latest quarterly IT spending forecast delivers big news about the cloud’s role in global IT expenditures. The firm expects worldwide IT spending to reach $3.8 trillion this year, rising 3.2% over 2018, [...]
The Internet of Things (IoT) has made a huge impact across many industries in recent years. The ability to collect real-time analytics from dispersed machines and devices has opened up a whole new [...]
A recent survey conducted by MIT Technology Review Custom and Google Cloud reveals that while the majority of businesses are struggling to apply machine learning, others are hard at work developing strategies for [...]