Category Archives: Analytics

User Experience, Talent and Analytics among CIO Priorities for 2016 – The CIO Report – WSJ

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Predicting the future is fun, but this year we were more interested in actual business plans. We asked CIOs to share their top priorities for 2016.

Source: User Experience, Talent and Analytics among CIO Priorities for 2016 – The CIO Report – WSJ

Can AI solve information overload? | CIO

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In some ways, artificial intelligence – in the form of automated features within popular applications – is already helping us combat info-glut. Those small steps are leading inevitably to a future in which we’ll all rely on AI for daily assistance with mundane tasks.

Source: Can AI solve information overload? | CIO

Taming Complexity With Analytics – Deloitte CIO – WSJ

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Almost all business processes suffer from excess complexity and variability, but both are difficult to spot—and even harder to eradicate—without fact-based analytical tools.

Complexity may drive as much as 15 to 30 percent of a large business’s total costs, according to various estimates.¹ In real numbers, if a company spends $1 billion on general and administrative expenses, anywhere from $150 million to $300 million² is incurred as a result of complexity, which encompasses overly complicated and widely variable business processes.

Source: Taming Complexity With Analytics – Deloitte CIO – WSJ