Tag: analytics

In-Memory Computing is the Present

Bobsguide published an article just before Christmas about the value of in-memory computing in cap markets that I found quite interesting. In it, they bring up the topic of “spread betting”: “The spread betting market is growing globally, with more … Read More

Taming the Wild West of Self-Service Data Preparation

This post was originally published on Jen Underwood’s blog.: The self-service data preparation and analytics movement started with the best of intentions: help make organizations more data-driven, agile and confident in their business decisions. Instead, it’s become a bit of a … Read More

3 IoT Trends Gaining Momentum in 2018

At Altair, we have seen an acceleration of IoT (Internet of Things) adoption across almost every industry. For this year, we expect these 3 major trends to gain momentum: 1. More IoT dedicated networks available and adopted: In years past, … Read More

The Battle Over Excel

Excel is a lynchpin in many corporate finance units, but it’s impacting efficiency. Here’s what you can do instead… NOTE: Read our interactive eBook for more information on alleviating chronic spreadsheet pain.  You may be surprised at what’s getting CFOs … Read More

The Biggest Myth About Self-Service Analytics

Are governance and agility really at odds with each other? REGISTER NOW – 3 Secrets to Effective Self-Service Data Preparation Governance with Jen Underwood of Impact Analytix Self-service analytics solutions seem like a dream come true for analysts. They allow … Read More