Composability for Decision Intelligence: Getting insights where you need them

Most organizations have a slew of centralized analytics software and solutions in their arsenal that solve particular use cases or business problems. However, in order to comprehend the zettabytes of data that flood into a company, analytical teams must continuously find new ways to unlock its value. Business leaders have now started implementing better ways of making Decision Intelligence capabilities accessible to end users via composable analytics applications which provide a fast and seamless user experience, thereby strengthening decision-making capabilities where they matter most.

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After-market sales & service: Warranty analytics for HVAC manufacturers

For manufacturers seeking to improve their financial performance and customer satisfaction, the quickest route to success is often a product-quality transformation focusing on reducing warranty costs. When fulfilled while backing exceptional product quality, product warranties positively impact sales, profitability, and customer loyalty. On the other hand, when warranties are backed by sub-optimal products, it results in large warranty reserves that directly impact the organization’s profitability. This negatively impacts the organization’s brand, Image, and equity.

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Accelerate your production ML journey with Refract

As we all know, production ML (Machine Learning) is more engineering than machine learning. Building a prototype in machine learning has become very simple nowadays, all thanks to different open-source projects like sci-kit, TensorFlow, Keras, etc. But operationalizing that model to get the insights from the model which can be used in day-to-day business decisions is challenging and needs more engineering knowledge than data science knowledge.

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A tale of two events: Inside Snowflake’s and Databricks' marquee events

The simultaneous timing of the events did raise some eyebrows in the industry, and soon it became evident that a fierce competition was unfolding between the two powerhouses, both vying for a similar target audience and a larger partner ecosystem. While Snowflake’s spectacular show in Las Vegas boasted over 12000 confirmed attendees, there was an equally palpable excitement in the air for the Databricks event happening in San Francisco.

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