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Getting the Most From Supply Chain Analytics

By Spotfire Blogging Team | Published June 29th, 2015

Because a company’s supply chain is typically complex—though able to significantly affect cost structures and profits—it is ripe for the insights that analytics can unearth.

Getting the Most From Supply Chain Analytics

By Spotfire Blogging Team | Published June 29th, 2015

Because a company’s supply chain is typically complex—though able to significantly affect cost structures and profits—it is ripe for the insights that analytics can unearth.

CargoSmart Uses Big Data to Transform Shipping

By Ann Scheuerell | Published June 25th, 2015

CargoSmart, a leading provider of global shipment management solutions, is in an expansive and volatile industry. According to CEO Steve Siu, using Big Data will provide a competitive advantage and lead to industry transformation. “We are managing Big Data from over 5,500 vessels, covering 90% of the world’s ocean container traffic,” he says. “Our mission is to derive insights from which our customers can optimize shipment routes, lower transportation and fuel costs, and reduce the risk of late arrivals.” trans CargoSmart Uses Big Data to Transform Shipping

Forecasting Energy Use with Predictive Analytics

By Spotfire Blogging Team | Published June 24th, 2015

Predictive analytics can empower utility companies to deliver better customer service and become more profitable while enabling them to respond in real time to any number of issues including outages, thefts, and spikes in energy use.

Forecasting Energy Use with Predictive Analytics

By Spotfire Blogging Team | Published June 24th, 2015

Predictive analytics can empower utility companies to deliver better customer service and become more profitable while enabling them to respond in real time to any number of issues including outages, thefts, and spikes in energy use.

Enhancing Electric Commander Build Processes by Creating Dynamic Job Steps

By David Hubbell | Published June 23rd, 2015

In a simple, straight-forward implementation of a continuous integration pipeline you would typically create a chain of procedures that perform the same set of operations on the supplied input.  This provides a build process that is well-defined, repeatable, consistent, and which functions as the foundation for deploying quality software.  Production systems for anything substantial require additional complexity and two such accommodation are the ability to accept new or unique inputs and to dynamically adapt to the types of input provided.