Compellon is excited to be the Featured Start-Up Sponsor at Predictive Analytics Innovation Summit. Attendees can learn more about Compellon by attending the Featured Start-Up presentation, which is slated for 11:55am CT on November 29, or by visiting the Compellon booth (#10) for a 1-on-1 demo of their innovative Compellon20 20 platform. If you're attending any or all of the four events that combine to make up the Analytics Innovation Festival, stop by, say "Hello," and take a few minutes to find out how Compellon20 20 uses a breakthrough approach to artificial intelligence that changes what's possible, empowering organizations to harness predictive insights in data whenever they need to, regardless of analytical skills. Compellon's prescriptive insights guide both big-picture, strategic actions, such as the best improvement scenario to pursue or segment to address, as well as ongoing tactical actions, such as which individuals to target and with what personalized offer. ABOUT COMPELLON As the pioneer in making prescriptive analytics clear, quick, and easy to use, California-based Compellon delivers the most actionable intelligence available, enlightening users about what will happen, why, and what to do to drive better outcomes.
Over the past four years, James Swanson has been leading a digital transformation in the agriculture industry. In is current role as Chief Information Officer at Monsanto, Swanson has been trying to develop ways to make use of Monsanto's vast pools of data and derive insights that can inform company strategy. In a previous interview, he explains that this digital transformation is focused around five pillars that define the digital opportunity: operational excellence, business productivity, customer centricity, revenue enablement, and disruptive innovation. Since then, Swanson and his team have launched "science@scale," their internally branded cloud analytics ecosystem. This highly scalable data science platform has drastically increased the speed of data analysis driving a cost savings increase of over $15MM and sales revenue increase of $17MM in the U.S. by completing months of scientific work in a matter of hours.
SAP is looking to take the analytics knowhow it has brought to sports like soccer and apply them to esports via a partnership with Team Liquid. In addition to the innovation collaboration with Team Liquid, SAP also gets to expose the enterprise software vendor to a potential base of developers. Team Liquid is among the most successful teams in esports, which are digital and revolve around various video games and tournaments. SAP and Team Liquid will co-develop applications using in-game data to improve performance on the individual and team levels and recruit talent. More on esports: CNET: How esports stars broke into the Dota 2 scene CBS News: Inside the booming, billion-dollar business of esports Gamespot: A Dummy's Guide To Watching Esports SAP will use its HANA, Cloud Platform and Leonardo technologies to create analytics systems for esports.