Dr Yudhvir Seetharam
Total 4 Posts
It’s almost certain that the day will come - at which point the supply of qualified, well-rounded, business-minded data scientists is unlikely to be able to keep up with global demand.
Analyzing data and providing actionable insights from it has become a common phenomenon. Data and analytics, once buzzwords, are now part of mainstream business jargon. The new conundrum with data is knowing what questions to ask to drive business. Without this, analyzing data becomes a near impossible exercise. It is
We often mention that we live in the digital age, where information flows at faster speeds, is more complex and is more accessible. As much as this information can be analyzed by businesses to make better-informed decisions, the real question is, is there room to alter the sales landscape? South
Every 60 seconds, the world creates an average of 98,000 tweets, 695,000 Facebook updates, 11 million instant messages, 168 million e-mails and over 1,820 terabytes of data. The modern day business has to search through all of this to find trends to build products and services to