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Big Data a Big Topic at Advanced Analytics Seminar in London

Using simulation to make sense of big viagra pfizer india data was presented this week at the Developments in Advanced Analytics Seminar held in London. The seminar focused on transforming business decision making, and examined cialis canada illegal buy developments in the field of Advanced Analytics, covering areas such as web analytics, forecasting and social media.

A very insightful talk from our Founder and CEO, Mark Elder, offered attendees a fresh perspective buy viagra order on how to make use of big data. With the vast amounts of data now gathered, simulation offers a great analysis viagra online best price tool for future business processes. Offering the ability to experiment to make better decisions and accelerating research and improving processes, simulation is a solution to a big problem.

By using big data with a platform like simulation, businesses will operate more efficiently and could provide services more economically. With an amount of data collected each day that dwarfs human comprehension, simulation could be the future of big data analysis. During the seminar Mark also covered topics like using simulation as a communication tool for better decision making and buy online levitra in usa agile management.

Mark shared how to create insights to help decision makers ‘see the wood from the trees’ and gave several case study examples, from both the private and public sector. An example of an organization that had a 20% profit improvement and 5% increased productivity helped attendees understand that the vast amounts of data once analyzed can help improve processes.

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