Concluding Remarks

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest.”

—Benjamin Franklin

“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”

—Benjamin Franklin

Business is becoming more complicated and corporations are struggling to adapt. One way to deal with business analytics problems is to close our eyes or to chase our tail in a circle.1 Instead, it is our ambition to help you to better integrate business analytics into the decision-making process, and brandish it to compete in the marketplace. Business analytics facilitates rapid reaction in a dynamic industry and offers new ways to approach the business problem.

Winning in analytics is all about infrastructure. The most important adaptation is to expand and sharpen the team of analytics ...

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