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Analytics to Drive the Next Best Action

By Spotfire Blog Editor | Published October 16th, 2014

Next best action marketing has gained a great deal of momentum in recent years. That’s because companies are increasingly focused on gathering, analyzing, and acting on insights for appropriate actions to take with individual customers.

Analytics to Drive the Next Best Action

By Spotfire Blog Editor | Published October 16th, 2014

Next best action marketing has gained a great deal of momentum in recent years. That’s because companies are increasingly focused on gathering, analyzing, and acting on insights for appropriate actions to take with individual customers.

When Groundwater Goes Bad: How to Clear Leachate Systems

By Goodway Blogging Team | Published October 15th, 2014
When Groundwater Goes Bad: How to Clear Leachate Systems
In Pennsylvania, the Keystone Sanitary Landfill is coming under fire for contaminating groundwater. A recent set of tests performed by the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) found “increasing concentrations of ammonia-nitrogen, chloride, nitrate, sodium, and total dissolved solids in one of the landfill’s groundwater monitoring wells,” according to the Times-Tribune. These rising levels indicate […]

Big Data Driving Big Results, Survey Finds

By Spotfire Blogging Team | Published October 15th, 2014

The vast majority of executives from companies leveraging big data to drive business are satisfied with the results, according to new research from Accenture.

Helping Senior Executives Become More Data-Driven

By Spotfire Blogging Team | Published October 14th, 2014

According to a recent study published by the Economic Intelligence Unit and PriceWaterhouseCoopers, 79% of executives make a “big” decision every quarter and one in three business leaders place the value of these decisions at $1 billion or more. However, when it comes to using data and analytics, just 32% of the executives in the study characterize their decision-making process as “highly” data-driven.

Sensors Offer New Opportunities for Oil and Gas Industries

By Spotfire Blogging Team | Published October 13th, 2014

Sensors on critical equipment are not new — but the massive expansion of connected sensors is. Connected sensors offer new opportunities for monitoring performance and failure rates and optimizing maintenance in many industries, oil and gas being one.