Data has certainly grown in size and in prominence in the past few years. Forget big data – we’re now in the realm of gargantuan data.
Rather than using code, natural language query lets a computer “understand human speech as it is spoken.” It can revolutionize your company’s approach to data.
At many companies, analytics are inefficient and unscalable. Most people don’t know there’s a problem. Even fewer realize there’s a simple solution.
To get even more value from Salesforce, connect to AnswerRocket, our self-service analytics tool. If you can use a search engine, you’re ready for AnswerRocket.
Intelligence has delivered all of the progress we enjoy. And, artificial or not, we must be careful with intelligence, or indeed any kind of innovation.
Business users need to know how to interpret data, and business leaders need to set expectations about the importance of making data-driven decisions.
What’s so dynamic about AnswerRocket is its ability to integrate with other tools. It’s like taking your favorite search engine and plugging it into any data.
Business teams (and racing teams) need direct access to analytics. To maintain a competitive advantage, they must make data-driven decisions.
Ask questions. Be curious. Don’t just assume you know the answers – because with the speed of business today, the answers you had a few months ago might now be different.
These traditional analytics tools are great if you’re a business user who only needs static reports, or a technical expert with time to perform deep analytics.
Gartner has declared business intelligence and analytics is at a “tipping point.” Companies can no longer afford to keep analytics centralized within a technical group.
We all have those friends or colleagues who are the “go to” person for tough problems, whether it’s car repairs or career advice. The difference between the “go to” person and everyone else is experience and a kind of raw talent.
The Academy Awards are soon, and that has us our office in the mood for movies. The problem is that not everybody shares the same opinions.
For years, business leaders have been hearing this debate about cloud versus on-premises data and analytics from their security and IT teams. Get our advice!
By Amy Chisam
What makes these consumer products so popular is how user friendly they are. They’re so easy to pick up that a user manual is barely needed.
You may have resolved to make your organization more focused on business intelligence and analytics. But how do you ensure this becomes part of your team’s culture?
Based on discussions with hundreds of enterprises about business intelligence and analytics, these are AnswerRockets top 9 trends for 2016.
“If the ladder is not leaning against the right wall, every step we take just gets us to the wrong place faster,” says Stephen R. Covey.
Your leadership expects this to be a watershed year for digital marketing. According to a recent Forbes study, 91% of senior executives agreed data-driven marketing is crucial to their company’s success.
The growth of big data has created a new set of challenges. Namely, the ability for expanding groups of users to leverage this data to drive profitable action.
AnswerRocket empowers retailers with search-driven analytics against any data source.
At AnswerRocket, we give people the power to get answers from data without technical skills. With Apache Drill, we see tremendous synergies.
We started a fantasy football league, which gave us each a reason to use AnswerRocket. They call it “eating your own dog food” in the software business.
Business intelligence has struggled to get past 25%. The arena of workforce management is no different and has likely lagged behind even these statistics.
AnswerRocket empowers business people with search-driven analytics using Apache Spark and Spark SQL.
AnswerRocket enables self service big data exploration. AnswerRocket provides search-driven analytics by converting natural language questions into queries