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Big data and analytics can help a business predict consumer behavior, improve decision-making across the board and determine the ROI of its marketing efforts. By addressing these aspects adequately, the business would not only be able to protect its market share, but also expand into new territories. The below infographic by Villanova University School of Business Online takes a detailed look at this…Continue
In the current context of fierce competition, in order to maintain their position, large companies must use a variety of means: service commitments, multichannel approach, extensive monitoring of the supply chain until the last kilometer, digital communication, shop connection, website, call center, customer loyalty program, community animation, products and prices personalization, etc.. But above all they must continually put the customer at the heart of their strategy, and make it as…
Added by Michel Bruley on February 18, 2014 at 12:29am — No Comments
Razorfish Inc. is one of the largest interactive marketing agencies in the world; it is part of Publicis Groupe. The agency provides different types of services, web development, planning and media buying, advertising using all kinds of media, including mobile, and emerging media, social marketing activities, etc.; as well as studies and analyzes of the impact of communication programs.
Razorfish has more than 2,000 employees worldwide, with offices in the United States in…
Added by Michel Bruley on December 18, 2013 at 12:32am — No Comments
With two new members joining per second, LinkedIn continues to earn its title as “the world’s largest professional network on the Internet.” The Mountain View, Calif.-based company was formed in 2003 with the mission to “connect the world’s professionals, to make them more productive and successful.” True to its mission, the company now has more than 187 million members, including executives from all Fortune 500 companies.
The company employs almost 3,200 people…Continue
Added by Michel Bruley on October 17, 2013 at 3:02am — No Comments
The buzz in the big data world from 2012 is around the new position, Data Scientist.
But is this just hype—a new title for what is really a statistician or SQL power-user position?
Or is this a new way to approach big data—one that is critical to your success?
Below a 57’ conference try to response to the question: