|By PR Newswire||
|November 5, 2012 08:01 AM EST||
Angoss has announced the next in a series of informative webinars exploring how to bridge the analytics gap for data-driven decision making
TORONTO, Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Angoss Software Corporation (Angoss) (TSX-V: ANC) today announced the next in its series of informative webinars will focus on visual data discovery and prediction for businesses looking to bridge the analytics gap.
Participants in the webinar titled, 'Step Up Business Intelligence: Visual Data Discovery and Prediction', will gain understanding of the top of mind issues to empower marketers, managers and business intelligence users to mine for insight hidden in their business data and make actionable decisions that improve revenue performance. Businesses are now able to collect more data about their customers and operations than ever before, opening up opportunities for deeper analytical insights. However, a widening gap exists between the current model of advanced analytics and the growing demand for analytics data by decision makers.
The one (1) hour session will address both trends and use case approaches such as: speed to decision making is accelerating and businesses need to make analytical based decisions; marketers, managers and business intelligence users are increasingly responsible for data analysis and discovery for customer segmentation, acquisition and cross-sell/upsell opportunities; the role of predictive analytics in helping make better decisions, and the difference between data mining, predictive analytics and traditional reporting; and, how to complement existing business intelligence tools with predictive (looking forward) analytics.
"To stay competitive in today's data driven economy, organizations must enable anyone with knowledge of the business to make use of data discovery through predictive techniques," said Angoss CEO, Martin Galligan. "New approaches are accessible and affordable for line of business analysts to add data mining and predictive analytics capabilities to their desktops. In this thought-provoking session, the issues facing customer experience and marketing professionals as they look to uncover opportunities to increase sales and profitability will be discussed."
'Step Up Business Intelligence: Visual Data Discovery and Prediction' is the next in a series of webinars Angoss is hosting. The complimentary webinar will take place on Thursday November 15th from 11:00 am to 12:00pm EST. Further information and webinar registration is available at http://bit.ly/TqzaKe. Webinar attendees will be entered into a draw to win one KnowledgeEXCELERATOR™ desktop software license.
About Angoss Software Corporation
Angoss is a global leader in delivering predictive analytics to businesses looking to improve performance across sales, marketing and risk. With a suite of desktop, client-server and big data analytics software products and Cloud solutions, Angoss delivers powerful approaches to turn information into actionable business decisions and competitive advantage. Angoss software products and solutions are user-friendly and agile, making predictive analytics accessible and easy to use. Many of the world's leading financial services, insurance, retail, health care and information communication and technology organizations use Angoss predictive analytics software products and solutions to grow revenue, increase sales productivity and improve marketing effectiveness while reducing risk and cost. Headquartered in Toronto, Canada, Angoss has offices in the United States and United Kingdom. For more information, visit www.angoss.com.
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