When a search to fill a technical position has resulted in finding the candidate that fits your firm’s skill requirements and culture, how can you be sure your offer will effectively compensate this qualified candidate? Offer too little, and you will either lose the candidate or de-motivate the new associate or your firm will be vulnerable to a relentlessly demanding technical labor market. Pay too much, and your budget is under pressure. If this decision is handled poorly, it may also introduce salary compression issues that de-stabilize the existing team members.
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The Modern Analytics Lifecycle, when paired with a self-service analytics platform, can transform companies from status-quo to data-driven organizations that empower their business analysts and data scientists to push previously untouched boundaries.
Download this Insight Paper from Radiant Advisors to learn the seven steps necessary for enabling the Modern Analytics Lifecycle powered by Alteryx + Microsoft Azure. Learn how:
SAN FRANCISCO—Salesforce [NYSE: CRM], the global leader in CRM, today announced Salesforce was named a leader by Forrester Research in its report, The Forrester Wave™: CRM Suites, Q4 2018.
Salesforce received the highest score possible in the category of market presence, as well as the criteria of product strategy, delivery and extensibility ecosystem, sales force automation (SFA), marketing automation, customer service, field service and customer journey support. In the report, Forrester describes Salesforce as “a foundation for smarter engagement on a broader scale.”
Data has always held tremendous value. But for decades, most of that value has been left on the table. Complexity, technical limits, bottlenecks, and skill gaps have kept insights hidden and analytics out of the hands of business users.
With the 3rd generation of BI, that’s about to change.
In this “3rd-Generation BI: Unlocking All the Possibility in Your Data” white paper, you’ll discover how Qlik’s radically different approach to BI finally delivers on the promise of data-driven transformation, making real discoveries available to every user in your organization through:
Choosing the best analytics platform for your business
Businesses everywhere are using analytics to transform: Reinventing customer experiences. Reimagining processes. Discovering surprising revenue streams. And finding new ways to gain an edge. They understand a basic truth in today’s economy: No enterprise can lead – or even survive – without analytics.
But not all platforms are created equal. And choosing the right one is essential to making discoveries that have the power to drive real change.
You have access to more data than ever before. Are you truly using it to your advantage? And where are you most likely to get results when you do? Businesses around the world are using data to transform every aspect of operations – but some use cases are more powerful, and more profitable, than others.
Which organizations are seeing impact, and where? Where should you be focusing your efforts – and your investment – in analytics? Discover the biggest ways data is transforming organizations like yours. Read The 4 Fundamental Ways Data Is Changing the Face of Business to learn:
The Business Grammar Research report looks at attitudes to data and analytics from senior business stakeholders across the UK, Germany, France, The Netherlands, and Denmark. It explores how data is accessed and harnessed, the expectations around decision making, and how important ‘data proficiency’ really is to the modern business world.
Learn about the evolving role analytics plays in organizations and businesses worldwide. Why has analytics persisted as an industry buzzword? What makes visual data analysis the gold standard for business analytics? And how have advanced and smart analytics changed the game for data discoverability? Find out why BI applications have evolved to embrace all stages of the analyst’s flow, and what that means for innovation in the workplace.
This paper highlights the key terms surrounding analytics today, and discusses: