Businesses use analytics to solve complex problems, but that doesn’t mean analytics have to be complex. In the following chapters of our Approachable Analytics Guide, you will learn all about the basics of analytics and how SAS®‘s industry leading analytics software makes analytics intuitive and easy by using the familiar environment of Microsoft Office products.
Let’s talk about analytics for a second. At its core, it is the discovery and sharing of meaningful patterns in data. But the real story isn’t how it’s defined, it’s how analytics can define your organization: faster decisions, less uncertainty, higher revenues.
I have a great article from SAS® that sheds some light on the topic. You’ll learn things like:
Click HERE to read the article from SAS®.
Are you milking your data for all it’s worth? SAS® customer Oberweis Dairy sure is. Its family recipes may be traditional, but its analytics use is cutting-edge.
The company has been using SAS® to uncover surprising insights that have improved marketing and sales across its retail and wholesale operations. And that’s something organizations of all kinds could use more of.
Read this short customer story to learn how Oberweis Dairy uses SAS® to:
Click HERE to read the customer story.
In previous chapters, we talked about what analytics is and highlighted how a SAS® customer is succeeding with it. Now let’s go a bit further by describing how you can embed analytics into your business process.
This TDWI Best Practices Report focuses on how to operationalize analytics for business value. It provides:
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Mobile is changing how consumers do everything. Marketers, you’re gonna need some fancy footwork to keep up. And that’s where analytics comes in. You need to embrace analytically driven customer strategies or risk becoming irrelevant.
Based on a study by Northwestern’s Kellogg School of Management and SAS®, this white paper describes:
Click HERE to read the white paper.
In past chapters, we’ve extoled the virtues of analytics, including why it’s important to embed it throughout your organization and how to apply it.
Now you’re invited to take a look at the latest trends in finding the right analytics talent and gaining that competitive advantage at your data-driven company. The talent plan includes:
I know there’s some information you’ll find helpful.
Click HERE to read the talent plan.
If you want to excel beyond what Microsoft Office applications can do for you, then may I suggest SAS® Office Analytics.
It lets you work within the familiarity of the MS Office interface, but gives you powerful, self-service BI capabilities. I invite you to take a look at this SAS® Office Analytics fact sheet to learn how it enables you to:
Click HERE to read the fact sheet.