What current trends and technology will fall by the wayside, and which will become industry standards as we pave the path to the Supply Chain of 2030?
Few internal departments can claim a greater need for analytics and data-driven insights than finance.
There is a great need for data engineers (builders) and data scientists (architects). So how do these roles differ and where do they intersect?
Aberdeen’s Mike Lock attended Tableau’s recent conference in Austin. Here are his big takeaways.
Companies today have more data collected from more channels than they know what to do with. How can the flood of data be corralled into insight?
How do companies learn to stop worrying and love the cloud?
Human interaction is critical for customer experience management.
The finance department has long been rich in data, but CFOs often receive data too late to inform strategic decisions.
Data was supposed to solve everything, but it has also muddled the role of the CFO.
Big Data is slowly but surely revolutionizing how quickly we can get from point A to point B. Here’s just a few examples of the revolution in mitigating traffic.