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In future we will see more governments and private organisations collaborating to be at the forefront of deploying this technology, says Hans Hultgren.
New technologies will help companies realise a return on investment in business intelligence and analytics, say experts.
There is a lot of data stored on public and private platforms that has not yet been exploited to its full potential, says Sita's Dr Setumo Mohapi.
It is better to be information-informed than to be data-driven, says Dr Barry Devlin, founder of 9sight Consulting.
Companies now need architectures that seamlessly combine AI with human expertise, says ITS Woolworths.
Businesses aren't keeping up with adequate research and insight into this unique market, says MediaCom.
Dr Setumo Mohapi will present on data-driven public-private innovation at the event, taking place on 14 and 15 March at The Forum, in Bryanston.
Data gives us the best view into the world of emotion: why we buy one product or service over another, says Stanlib.
He will be speaking at the ITWeb BI Summit about how some of the barriers to achieving data warehouse agility can be overcome.
It is following this up with continuing expansion of its South African customer base and regional footprint.
Kyocera has updated its vision of today's office to one where all processes are digitised from start to finish, says Wayne Holborn, MD of Kyocera Document Solutions SA.
Reverse auctions are an extremely effective way of optimising procurement and opening the process up to new businesses, says Purchasing Auctions SA.
Data visualisation not only helps unravel an organisation's data, it makes it easier to understand, says SAS Africa.
Current financial director of the business Francois du Plooy will become managing director, the company says.
Strategies have fallen behind the changes and many of them have become irrelevant, says Woolworths.
He will be presenting on 'Data vault modelling for big data' at the ITWeb Business Intelligence & Analytics Summit 2018 on 14 and 15 March at The Forum in Bryanston.
The agency calls time on being abused for following principled processes, and seeks an investigation into the Eastern Cape's broadband project.
The local arm of the US-based company will be led by former country leader for SAS, Zuko Mdwaba.
We need information-informed evaluations that allow decision-makers to explore the meaning of the underlying facts, says 9sight Consulting.
Machines will not take over the world and erase humanity in the near future, says Praesignis.
It is imperative for businesses, particularly SMEs to make provisions for cyber security incidents, says ITOO Special Risks.
Using multiple pie charts to show values of dimensional data causes more confusion than clarity for decision taking, says Praesignis.
Companies collect data over the years and often do not even use it effectively for their core operations, says Business Management Assignments.
Relocating of data and analytics to the cloud environment is geared towards achieving competitive advantage through swifter analytics and reporting, says SAWS.
Whereas BI assesses where your business is today, business analytics mines the data to predict the direction in which your business is heading.
Businesses need to adapt their decision-making paradigm to being forward looking and scenario dependent, says SITA.
It will provide customers with access to, and support around the company's full set of solutions that simplify the delivery of agile projects.
Deloitte Data Analytics is demystifying data science through impactful initiatives, starting with its three-day annual education event in February 2018.
Internal corruption investigations at the State IT Agency have resulted in the exodus of 45 people over the past year, says CEO Setumo Mohapi.
"My vision for Ovations is to see sustained growth by providing our customers (existing and new) with continuous value-added solutions and professional services through highly motivated and skilled resources," states Kotze. "This can only be achieved if, we as senior management, lead by example and treat our customers and staff with the utmost respect and integrity in everything we do."
"My goal as an executive director at Ovations is to attract the best software engineering skills and improve on, and maintain, our reputation for delivering high quality software solutions in the service offerings we chose," states Van Niekerk. "I believe in transformation of the company culture to strive for continuous improvement by adopting agile, DevOps and applicable engineering principles in everything we do. Personally, success to me means maintaining a healthy work life balance for myself and ensuring our people work smarter not harder, I also hope to take our brand of solutions to an international stage."
"In my new role, I oversee the development of internal governance, tracking and monitoring processes, to ensure engagements across the organisation are effectively managed," says Bevan. "I assist with driving compliance through internal governance and monitoring processes, ensuring the business and its management have a view of the overall state of active engagements. This provides relevant information and learnings that will impact, or inform, overall company strategy and operations and measurements of overall company performance. As the first lady in the senior management team of Ovations, my vision is to bring a unique aspect to our leadership, and through aligned values and goals, ensure the longevity of Ovations by providing value added services and products to our clients."
It has restructured the organisation and appointed two new executive and two new associate directors to help drive strategy.
Combining human and machine capabilities leads to a faster speed to insight and the potential discovery of insight with far greater strategic value, says Woolworths.
Finding balanced responses to artificial intelligence issues will be among the most complex and fundamental tasks for regulators in the coming years, says Webber Wentzel.
The company has partnered with AIGS and Yellowfin BI to overlay its customer feedback surveys with hard customer intelligence.
It will be the organisation's data, analytics and BI partner.
The ability to gain insights from data will help businesses pinpoint market trends and highlight any issues, says ITWeb.