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  • Traditional Reporting is Dead!
    Stratalytigist
    The Death of Traditional Reporting – Stratalytica™
    Analytics Age, Stratalytica™
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    anemptytextlline
    Companies that are able to mine the value of their enterprise data will experience a significant impact on their top-line growth.Bryant Avey, Chief Geek, internuntiusIn the last issue of Stratalytica™, we examined several of the Analytics Age factors that led to Blockbuster’s failure to overcome the competitive challenge offered by Netflix.  As previously noted, a lot has been written about what Blockbuster executives could have done better, but while they can be accused of indulging in a bit of...
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  • Netflixed
    Stratalytigist
    Netflixed: 3 Analytics Age Principles That Could Save Your...
    Analytics Age, Stratalytica™
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    anemptytextlline
    In the last Stratalytica issue, we examined, on an anecdotal basis, some of the causal factors that might have played a role in the David vs. Goliath battle between Blockbuster and Netflix (not that we have an axe to grind over all those late fees from back in the day). Over the past several years, a number of Fortune 1000 companies have been “netflixed,” a term which comes from the title of a book by Gina Keating.  We felt...
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  • Stratalytigist
    The 5 Imperatives of the Analytics Age Executive –...
    Analytics Age, Stratalytica™
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    anemptytextlline
    For executives resistant to the implementation of an analytics environment – that is, an automated technology system to collate, correlate, store, and perform analysis on data about your business, your organization, your processes, your customers, and your marketplace – the idea of organizational proficiency in analytics might seem far-fetched.  Yet, analytics systems have been around in one form or another for over fifty years.  So what makes the implementation and mastery of an analytics environment so necessary at this...
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  • A World Transformed
    Stratalytigist
    A World Transformed – Stratalytica™
    Analytics Age, Stratalytica™
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    anemptytextlline
    There Are0 bytesof new data generated EVERY DAYIn the first issue of Stratalytica, we noted that, in 2012, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data were created every single day. Viawest, a privately held data storage company, puts this number into perspective.  Numerically, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data looks like this 1,000,000,000,000,000.000, or (2.5 x 1018).  As a visual equivalent, imagine 57 billion iPads stacked atop each other (each with 32 GB storage space). These “bytes” are big data numbers Big...
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  • The Visible Executive
    Stratalytigist
    The Visible Executive – Stratalytica™
    Analytics Age, Stratalytica™
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    anemptytextlline
    We’ve all heard the shocking statistic—Last year, 2.5 quintillion bytes of data were created . . . every.  single. day. That’s more than a lot of data. It’s a tsunami of data. This rise in data was not a result of a sudden miraculous ability to create electronic information; instead, it is a result of technology that allows for improved methods of the recording of data. Of course, this means that the tsunami is only just beginning.  The vast...
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