Advances in data analytics have resulted in the development of advanced tools that can evaluate and process data and information in order to accurately predict the occurrence of cyber-attacks and prevent them before any security lapse occurs.
The Manifest, a business resource platform designed to help users learn more about the IT, marketing, and business services industries, has named Experion Technologies as one of the Most Recommended Data and Analytics Companies in India for 2021! Our VP, USA, Manoj Balraj, writes in to express his gratitude.
Supply chains, the backbones of national economies, have had to change their strategies in order to stay efficient and meet the new market requirements of a post-pandemic world. They must increasingly embrace digital solutions to cope with the uncertainties, challenges, and restrictions of our times. The supply chain ecosystem became all the more critical once the vaccines for COVID-19 were developed – it was the need of the hour to get the vaccines to the public quickly and in the right quantities. In this blog, we talk about digital solutions that can assist this endeavor, bringing resilience to the supply chain for COVID-19 vaccines.
Predictive Analytics is the application of advanced analytics techniques to predict the outcomes of future events. It can be applied in various industries, across multiple functions of the business, and in numerous use cases. All these applications are opportunities for business teams to be proactive and act in advance to capitalize on opportunities & avoid any undesirable events. In this blog, let's take a look at some of the use cases for predictive analytics.
The infamous line “Customer is King’ is something that’s been drilled into the brains of anyone dealing with sales since time immemorial. It is obvious that the better the customer feels about the product, the better the sales. A delighted customer usually becomes an evangelist for the product and thus, an extended member of the sales team. To ensure a delightful customer experience, the product team should know the customer - his motivations, his pain points, his aspirations.
Technology is changing the way data is collected, stored, managed, visualized, and utilized in the healthcare sector. This access to data & analytics has caused many notable changes in the way the healthcare sector operates by opening up new avenues for the accuracy of diagnosis, prevention of disease, tracking the effectiveness of treatment, and providing safe medications. Read on to learn more about how data analytics is transforming healthcare.