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Core Banking Solutions Market Analytical Insights and Foresight to 2023

Market Highlights

On the basis of regional analysis, the market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific and Rest of the World. North America region is generating highest market share in Core Banking Solutions Market owing to higher technology implementation. The implementation of core banking solution software by both small and medium enterprises is increasing rapidly. In US region, the implementation of core banking solution software in BFSI sector accounted for…

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Added by Sagar kadam on June 26, 2017 at 11:30pm — No Comments

Looking To Evolve Your Business Through Software Intelligence?

Let’s take a trip down memory lane

 

Since the dawn of time, man has been using analytical reasoning and procured data to enhance his business. Take the example of the farmer, who plans his crop cycles on assumptions that are based on observations made, or what we may call now as data collected on the basis of the monsoon season and seed quality of the last few years. Thinking about the heat during the summer, the humidity, the…

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Added by Lucjan Zaborowski on October 12, 2016 at 2:30am — No Comments

Software development through data science

The different tasks that data scientists may hold are very diverse, but no matter what niche a data scientist fills in their line of work, being specialized in certain technical areas of software development is extremely important. The following skills are some of the most important techniques that a data scientist will need to have in order to perform software development properly.



Statistics knowledge



Before anything else, a data…

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Added by Jennifer Livingston on August 29, 2016 at 8:00pm — No Comments

Four Effective Field Data Collection Software/App for Your Team

When we talk about understand what a business requires to improve and upscale their operations, it is widely recognized that there is a need to integrate data integration in real time. If we take the example of a retail business, it is necessary that we understand just how and to what level performance reports and field data inputs can be utilized to improve upon an existing business. A business’ success depends…

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Added by Daina Martin on May 25, 2016 at 2:51am — No Comments

Critical Skills to Bridge the Gap Between Software Development and Data Science

Software Development and Data Science



While on the job, data scientists are often required to perform a large set of tasks that they are taught how to do through their education and formal training. Despite this, many data…

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Added by Jennifer Livingston on April 18, 2016 at 9:00am — No Comments

The Art of War Applied To Software Development

If you work in the software industry, it’s likely that you have heard about the divide and conquer design paradigm, which basically consists of recursively splitting a problem into two or more sub-problems (divide), until these become simple enough to be solved directly (conquer).

What you might not know is that this paradigm originates from an old political strategy (the name is derived from the Latin saying divide et impera) that suggests it is…

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Added by Irina Papuc on March 17, 2016 at 4:30am — No Comments

Boom of Data Analyzing Software Makes Big Data More Accessible

You cannot argue that the marketing landscape has changed drastically over the years - gone are the days of throwing different strategies on the wall to see which one would stick. Instead, companies today are equipped with enough information about their customers…

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Added by Nate Vickery on February 22, 2016 at 1:30am — No Comments

2016 Data Management Predictions

Tis the season for 2016 predictions, and Tamr has several to offer thanks to the forward-thinking minds of our co-founders, executives and advisors including:

1) Andy Palmer ─ Tamr Co-Founder and CEO



+  Big companies will begin to see the democratization of data preparation as a natural consequence of the democratization of analytics that has been driven by new products such as Tableau.



+  We will see the emergence of DataOps as a way…
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Added by Jason Bailey on December 22, 2015 at 9:39am — No Comments

3 Reasons why analytics projects are falling short - and what we can do about it

Guest blog by Nidhi Arggarwal of Tamr

 

A recent Forbes Insight/Teradata survey of 316 large global company executives found that 47% “do not think that their companies’ big data and analytics capabilities are above par or best of breed.” Given that “90% of organizations report medium to high levels of investment in big data analytics,” the executives’ self-criticism begs the question:…

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Added by Jason Bailey on December 1, 2015 at 7:30am — No Comments

From Survey to Database

I find that different types of surveys represent a large source of data for many organizations: client questionnaires; recruitment interviews; incident debriefings; interrogations; borehole drilling surveys; quality control checks; marketing surveys; security and patrol logs; and inventory audits. I believe that for many people, the idea of collecting information using surveys makes sense; and they recognize the need for the data. Problems arise in relation to the transition from survey to…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on October 10, 2015 at 6:09am — No Comments

5 Types of Data in Feedback

In this blog, I will be discussing some distinct types of data involved in feedback. The types that I will be covering are as follows: 1) structural; 2) event; 3) quantitative; 4) contextual; and 5) systemic. In 2014, I recall reading a number of blogs about three types of data: prescriptive, descriptive, and predictive. There was a data scientist apparently on tour lecturing extensively about these three types. I don't recall the individual's name. Well, prescription, description, and…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on July 5, 2015 at 4:56am — No Comments

Structural Relationships in Data

The first computer program that I encountered mimicking or emulating human interaction through language was called "Eliza." The version that I knew ran on the Commodore PET. It communicated in English. Eliza made comments that made some sense but which indicated lack of understanding of the conversation. If a person mentions "mother," Eliza might…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on June 20, 2015 at 5:06am — No Comments

Taking Control of your CRM Data

CRMs are supposed to be used to achieve better efficiency. By investing time in the CRM, sales teams should be able to identify leads, retain existing customers and successfully recruit new clients to the fold.

Your research and development team should be able to use the metrics from the CRM…

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Added by Martin Doyle on June 17, 2015 at 5:30am — No Comments

Value-Liquidity Cycle

I made a recent discovery that I would like to share with the community. In my previous blog, I introduced a special algorithmic shell that distributes stocks based on their price movements (along the x-axis) and volume movements (y-axis). Using this shell, it is possible to visualize the trading behaviours of dozens of stocks simultaneously. I noticed one day that the stocks seemed to be lining up in formation. I decided to test the accuracy of my visual interpretation. Below I present the…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on March 22, 2015 at 5:22am — No Comments

Development as Art - Hopscotch and Robots

When I read a blog, I often find myself in deep thought as I approach the end, trying to determine if the author has said anything that I might be able to use. A blog doesn't have to say anything. Nor does it have to be useful to me specifically. It might simply offer a personal…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on January 3, 2015 at 8:16am — No Comments

Are all Software Applications becoming Analytic Applications?

Logi Analytics' recently published its second annual executive review of embedded analytics trends and tactics. It's called "2014 State of Embedded Analytics". In this report, they make an interesting claim:

"What's exciting to all of us at Logi Analytics is that ALL software applications are becoming analytic…

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Added by Susan Bennett on November 21, 2014 at 7:32am — 1 Comment

The Awkward Road

This blog is about the peculiar nature in which software sometimes gets developed. I hope that many readers will recognize the relevance of data science in the examples taken from my own projects. I propose that development is the product of creativity more than accreditation. Creativity is something complicated that interacts with a person over his or her life circumstances. Many people know how to write . . . sentences and paragraphs. However, the ability to write well does not necessarily…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on August 30, 2014 at 8:59am — No Comments

Systemic Intelligence - Prelude to a Universal Data Model

Many years ago, I attended a vocational college to learn skilled trade. I was taught about the behaviour of systems. I learned that after renovations to a house, the furnace might cycle on and off more frequently; this can leave some parts of the house too cold. A wood-burning stove or fireplace should be treated as a part of a system. Open doors and windows in the dwelling can cause exhaust from such appliances to enter living spaces. I realize that these particular examples of systems…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on August 16, 2014 at 8:31am — No Comments

GUI software for database performance management

As the size of the database grows database performance becomes critical. Automation is a growing focus for data center operators facing increasingly complex environments. Database administration is complex, repetitive and time consuming. DBAs have to work long hours during off hours downtime. The outage of database costs heavily to the companies and affect their repute.

Shopping engines and online shopping places are highly dependent on database performance. Slower application…

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Added by Muhammad Saeed on May 9, 2014 at 4:00am — No Comments

Java Coding Samples for Online Data-mining

In this post, I discuss the basic characteristics of code that I have personally used to extract online data - in a process these days often called data-mining.  I intend to cover some general features.  Those that wish to do so can also compile the coding samples.

Over the years, I have programmed in a number of computer programming languages including Visual Basic, Perl, Python, and LISP (AutoLISP).  The coding samples on this blog are written in Java, my language of…

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Added by Don Philip Faithful on November 24, 2013 at 7:00am — 3 Comments

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