Monthly Archives: May 2010

101 Ways to Sabotage Your Predictive Analytics Project

And there is the first five here. Interesting Read, I liked it.

The strategic approach and project design for predictive analytics is substantially different than the other areas of business intelligence. Unlike a data warehouse design, which is similar to an engineering project, predictive analytics and data mining are a discovery process. And while several consortiums have standardized formal processes to accommodate discovery and iterative process, the practice remains riddled with common pitfalls.

Those who make the effort to educate themselves on the industry-standard approach to predictive analytics are nearly assured to reap residual returns – long before their counterparts who typically rush to acquire a tool and dive headlong into the data.

Noetix Chosen as a Finalist for the Stevies 2010

For more, here is the press release

Stevie Award judges nominated Noetix based on an essay submission detailing the exciting year the company experienced in 2009 including record profitability in the first half of the year and the acquisition of business analytics company, Jaros Technologies Corp., in October. Noetix also introduced Noetix Analytics for Oracle E-Business Suite, an affordable packaged analytics solution that significantly reduces the manual effort of implementing a data warehouse. This new addition to the Noetix family of products supports the company’s dedication to maximize customer investments in enterprise applications as well as other BI tools. More importantly, it provides a data warehousing solution to meet the long-term needs of Noetix customers.