8 July 2012: The Korea Times

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Accenture’s banner hanging on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) building for its initial public offering on 19 July 2001. Accenture’s banner hanging on New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) building for its initial public offering on 19 July 2001. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Finding Their Differentiated Ways with Analytics

Excerpt: As Big Data has recently been at the center of public concerns, there has been a surge of enthusiasm for analytics among companies. Many companies agree that analytics will become a core competency that companies must have to survive in the future. Nevertheless, the reality is that there are many people who get confused about how Big Data is differentiated from Business Intelligence (BI), which has been utilized by leading companies for past decades….According to a recent Accenture survey, research suggests that many foreign companies failed to achieve targeted benefits with BI investment, and South Korea will have higher failure rates. Without the descriptive analytics competence, it is practically impossible for companies to have the predictive analytics competence with their own strengths.

Read more: http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/biz/2012/07/331_114672.html

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