Tags: analytics

Plex delivers production boost with analytics

Plex has announced a new module for their IntelliPlex Analytic Application Suite. The IntelliPlex Production Analytic Application is now available and provides manufacturing intelligence and insight based on IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) data. Driving production enhancements The new solution uses a graphical dashboard that delivers information and insights around key performance metrics. This includes…

Why two heads are better than one for IBM and Salesforce in AI

On Monday 6th March 2017, IBM and Salesforce announced they will form a strategic partnership centred on their Artificial Intelligent (AI) and cognitive computing products: IBM Watson and Salesforce Einstein. While many of the details around the integration are unclear this is neither a one sided, nor a marketing announcement.  A strategic relationship for strategic…

Teradata announces IntelliCloud SaaS

Teradata has announced Teradata IntelliCloud. It is described by Teradata as a data and analytics Software as a Service (SaaS) solution. IntelliCloud is to ship with Teradata’s flagship enterprise data warehouse platform, Teradata IntelliFlex. The solution will be hosted in the company’s own data centre as well as on Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft…

Workday is rising with record growth and big customer wins

Workday posted record revenues in the fourth quarter driven by subscription revenues up 35% year on year to $436.7 million. Full year total revenues were also up 35% to $1.57 billion. Aneel Bhusri, CEO is now looking towards $2 billion in revenues for 2018. Robynne Sisco, Chief Financial Officer, Workday commented: “As we look ahead to fiscal…

Tableau advances advanced analytics

Tableau has announced the general availability of its latest version 10.2. As one would expect from a pure play analytics company it is pushing the boundaries with the latest enhancements. Andrew Beers, Chief Development Officer at Tableau Software commented: “The need to see and understand data has never been greater. Enhancements in Tableau 10.2 make…

What Really Matters? HIMSS 2017 Day One Insights

Data of course! It helps you find new insights but ask relevant questions! At day one of HIMSS the prelude of the show was dedicated to education. I choose the stream on ‘Digital & Personal Connected Health’. And my personal key take-away: It’s all about the data and the way individual patient journeys can be…

Business Leader Interview Vinay Joosery, CEO Severalnines

Vinay Joosery is the CEO and co-founder of Severalnines.  Severalnines provides automation and management software for database clusters. They help companies deploy their databases in any environment, and manage all operational aspects to achieve several nines availability. Previously, Joosery held the post of Vice-President EMEA at Pentaho Corporation – the Open Source BI leader. He…

Centrify bring machine learning to identity services

Centrify has announced a new analytics based identity access service. The new service uses a risk based approach backed by machine learning. The service identifies the access pattern for an individual and classifies each access attempt as a low, medium or high risk attempt. It enables IT administrators to define which actions are tagged against which risk level.…

Salesforce trio boosts Health cloud

Salesforce has announced a trio of new functionality for Salesforce Health Cloud on the eve of HIMMS. One year after Salesforce Health Cloud became generally available, Salesforce has delivered three enhanced capabilities. These are, Lead-to-Patient Conversion, Risk Stratification and Advanced Segmentation capabilities to the platform. It is a platform that has also seen several innovative partner…

Watson masters the mainframe

IBM has announced IBM Machine Learning for the private cloud. It is designed to speed up the creating, training and deployment of analytics models. IBM claims that data scientists: “might spend days or weeks developing, testing and retooling even a single analytic model one step at a time.” To make this possible, IBM extracted the core…