While most organizations expressed a commitment to analytics, they don’t
necessarily use the same structural approach. In 62% of organizations,
both business and IT departments have analytics resources and
capabilities, but more often than not, these departments function
independently of each other rather than collaboratively.
Lavastorm Analytics’ survey included the insights of more than 425 business analysts, technologists, data analytics professionals, managers and C-level professionals who work in a wide range of industries, including financial services, telecommunications, healthcare, software and business services. The research was conducted within several major analytics communities, including the Lavastorm Analytics LinkedIn group, which counts nearly 6,000 analytics professionals as members, Data Science Central and KDNuggets. For the full research report, please visit http://ww2.lavastorm.com/2013-Analytical-Skills-Tools-Attitudes-Survey.html.
Those accessing the full research report will also be invited to explore the raw survey data themselves with the Lavastorm Analytics Engine and can request a trial license at http://www.lavastorm.com/software-request/trial/.
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About Lavastorm Analytics
Lavastorm Analytics is a global analytics software company that enables a new, agile way to analyze, optimize, and control data and business processes. The company’s products provide analysts with programming powers previously limited to IT to rapidly unify disparate data, easily construct complex analytics, and effectively deliver actionable insight and results. Analytics built in Lavastorm can easily be deployed as persistent solutions and applications, providing continuous analytic monitoring across multiple systems and complex, data-intensive processes. Lavastorm’s solutions have identified business improvements worth billions of dollars for some of the largest corporations in the world. For more information, please visit: www.lavastorm.com.
Source: Lavastorm Analytics
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