Take the Predictive Analytics in the Cloud survey
Decision Management Solutions, the company of which I am CEO, is running a study on Predictive Analytics in the Cloud with the folks here at SmartData Collective. Both Predictive Analytics and Cloud are hot topics and the intersection has tremendous potential.
Decision Management Solutions, the company of which I am CEO, is running a study on Predictive Analytics in the Cloud with the folks here at SmartData Collective. Both Predictive Analytics and Cloud are hot topics and the intersection has tremendous potential. Whether it is using cloud-based decision management systems powered by predictive analytics, using the cloud to deliver predictive analytics to SaaS and on-premise applications, moving predictive analytic modeling closer to cloud-based data or taking advantage of the elasticity of cloud-based solutions, Predictive Analytics in the Cloud has much to offer.
To find out what you think we have opened a survey and you can take it right now here on SmartData Collective – smartdatacollective.com/predictive-analytics-cloud-survey. We are really looking forward to collecting your input and seeing what you think so please go complete the survey – it should only take 10-15 minutes. Your responses are completely anonymous.
Once you have taken the survey, why not register to get the results and the rest of the deliverables? We have already produced a position paper on the five key areas for cloud based predictive analytics and we will be following up with a recorded webinar discussing the key issues of predictive analytics in the cloud as well as a series of podcasts on the intersection of predictive analytics and the cloud. Once the survey results are in we will also publish a final report covering the survey results and insights from the survey. We will wrap up with a final webcast making the case for predictive analytics in the cloud, presenting the survey results and with short presentations from the research sponsors – Clario, FICO, Opera Solutions, Predixion Software, SAS, Teradata and Toovio
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