Turning Big Data disillusionment into an opportunity for Data-as-a-Service Products

Following the hype, many organizations are frustrated at the lack of ROI and strategic value they are getting from their big data implementations. Read this blog Elizabeth Press published on Dataconomy for how disillusionment with big data is an opportunity for service providers.  

Creating your Data-as-a-Service customer

Data-as-a-Service can be described as a platform that enables an end user insight on demand. Given lack of resources and the rare combination of skillset necessary for an organization to create insight on demand and self-service advanced analytics, demand for data-as-a-service products is proliferating. Read this blog authored by Elizabeth Press on Dataconomy to find Read more about Creating your Data-as-a-Service customer[…]

5 reasons for adopting data-driven management

Elizabeth Press‘ goal is to teach you how to transform data into insights that will help you run your business, make decisions and manage your team. Here’s her tips for you: 1.Data-driven management improves your “soft skills”: A data-driven approach to solving problems and leading discourse enhances the tenor of your communication and teamwork, in addition to improving hard performance metrics Read more about 5 reasons for adopting data-driven management[…]

Creativity and intuition in a data-driven world

Can entrepreneurs use their creativity and intuition to craft innovative strategies and paradigm-changing products while still making data-driven decisions? The answer is absolutely. Will data-driven management block creativity? True value does not come from the data itself, but having the knowledge to turn that data into a sustainable and profitable business transformation. The value of Read more about Creativity and intuition in a data-driven world[…]

Entrepreneurial ecosystems merge in Berlin

Entrepreneurs, investors, and technology enthusiasts from Berlin, Seoul and Silicon Valley exchanged ideas, pitched and networked at Valley in Berlin. D3M Labs were there to cheer Accelerate Korea on and meet entrepreneurs from Berlin and elsewhere. Opinions differed as to bubbles, investment climates and pitch techniques. The importance of data-driven decision management for startups came Read more about Entrepreneurial ecosystems merge in Berlin[…]

SoHo small businesses talk to D3M about data readiness

Mike & Elizabeth talked with small business owners and entrepreneurs in SoHo, Manhattan. New York City is a dynamic city with diverse demographics. In order to thrive, businesses here need to keep up with a population on the move, high trend awareness and quick technology adoption. We discussed how these businesses can use available data for Read more about SoHo small businesses talk to D3M about data readiness[…]