Healthcare providers that embrace the right technologies will be rewarded with deeper, more comprehensive insights and immediate opportunities to reduce cost and achieve better outcomes for their business and their patients.
How can your company be “data driven” if not technical users only have limited access to data?
Few internal departments can claim a greater need for analytics and data-driven insights than finance.
Aberdeen’s Mike Lock attended Tableau’s recent conference in Austin. Here are his big takeaways.
The finance department has long been rich in data, but CFOs often receive data too late to inform strategic decisions.
Using a cloud-only or hybrid analytical environment carries strong potential benefits that can be brought out in a variety of different ways.
According to recent research exploring companies that use Internet of Things (IoT) data frequently, quicker and richer decisions are being made by leveraging this data.
When analyst Mike Lock attended Inspire 2016, he came away with one big question: Why do people hate their data?
Recent Aberdeen research explored the impact of data visualization and found that, in addition to greater analytical engagement, business users shared three common characteristics of satisfaction.
In order to get to a higher level of data quality, and thus, usable insight, organizations should focus on these three key activities.