Data is a force that is transforming industries before our eyes. Decision makers in every sector now have access to more data from more sources than ever before. And businesses that can capture higher value from these new data sourcesâ€”weather, healthcare, traffic, retail, social sentimentâ€”and use it to differentiate themselves, will be the ones to lead in their sectors.
Just imagine if your organization could:
Clearly, the ability to find insights in structured and unstructured data and use that knowledge to successfully anticipate upcoming actions is critical. But how? Enter data science â€“ the practice of extracting knowledge from massive amounts of data, using methods such as statistics, machine learning, data mining, and predictive analytics. This discipline is revolutionizing the way organizations solve problems and gain competitive advantage.
The transformative power of predictive analytics
Perhaps the most far-reaching and significant method in the discipline of data science is predictive analytics, which enables organizations across sectors to reinvent the way they conduct business by identifying what is likely to happen in the future, and determining how they will respond to it. Organizations that have adopted predictive analytics are empowered to:
The power of data science is in its ubiquity. It is not a crystal ball. But by anticipating the most likely outcome or behavior, such as who will buy a specific product, default on a loan or credit card, file a fraudulent claim or require a certain medical procedure, firms can significantly improve the accuracy of thousands of decisions made every day.
How can your organization benefit from data science? Attend our webinar on December 14, 2016 with Eric Siegel, founder of Predictive Analytics World and author of Predictive Analytics: The power to predict who will click, buy, lie or die. Heâ€™ll share real-world examples of how organizations across industry sectors are transforming their business processes, and offer a glimpse under the hood to help you understand how data science works. Whether you work in retail, manufacturing, insurance/financial services, public sector or healthcare, you will discover how to use the vast amounts of data you collect to improve your business and keep your competitive edge in a constantly-evolving world.