Transformative analytics: Three steps toward an insight-driven advantage


Posted by Nitin Mittal on May 5, 2017

How can hospitals reduce insurance company reimbursement denials that cut into their revenue? How can fleet operators leverage enormous data sets soon to be generated by vehicle-embedded sensors? How does an oil company optimize wellhead operations on an offshore rig? Transformative analytics could hold answers to these and many other outcome-focused questions.

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Exponential technologies are about to change the way tax professionals work


Posted by Beth Mueller on April 7, 2017

Digital technology is disrupting all manner of knowledge work, and tax is no exception. In tacit admission of this trend, taxpayers and regulatory authorities have been stepping up their efforts to collect and analyze tax data. On the horizon? Machine intelligence—part of a group we call exponential technologies because of its rapidly compounding power.

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Beyond AI: Machine intelligence ushers in a new value-creation era


Posted by Nitin Mittal on March 16, 2017

Artificial intelligence (AI) may be in the headlines today, but machine intelligence is the future of advanced analytics. Machine intelligence is the collective term for cognitive computing capabilities that create value by augmenting employee performance, automating complex workloads, and developing human-like “cognitive agents.” Machine intelligence should be on your radar, because your competitors are probably all over it.

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