Analysis

UltimateSuite Recognized as a Task Mining Market Leader by Research Firm Deep Analysis

Prague, The Czech Republic – January 20th 2022 – UltimateSuite, the tasking mining company, today announced that it has gained further endorsement for its products and approach as advisory firm Deep Analysis identified the company as a market leader in the Task Mining space, commenting favorably on its highly granular data analysis and visualization capabilities. The company was also regarded as a valuable SaaS offering for continuous business improvement and initiating new automation projects. While Task Mining is a known concept, UltimateSuite’s ability to collect task data and automate the manual analysis processes have been identified as valuable additions that not many other solutions provide.

Mobile trade-in programs returned $571 million to U.S. consumers in Q2 2021

26 August 2021—Assurant, a leading global provider of lifestyle and housing solutions that support, protect and connect major consumer purchases, today announced findings from its analysis of the mobile device trade-in and upgrade market for Q2 2021. Its Q2 Mobile Trade-in and Upgrade Industry Trends report reveals that mobile trade-in programs in the U.S. returned $571 million to consumers, a 152% increase from Q2 2020 and a 25% increase over Q2 2019, reflecting a return to pre-pandemic levels.

5 AI Trends Profoundly Benefiting Business Bottom Lines

In today’s tumultuous business-scape amid increasingly intricate, and often vexing, marketplace conditions, curating and mining data to drive analytics-based decision making is just no longer enough. For competing with maximum, sustained impact and mitigated opportunity loss, it’s rapidly monetizing data that’s now the name of the game—particularly when spurred by artificial intelligence (AI). Indeed, emerging AI methodologies are helping forward-thinking companies achieve and sustain true agility, fuel growth and compete far more aggressively than ever before.

Current attribution solutions ‘verging on useless’, say digital marketers – survey

August 8th 2019 – Digital marketing managers have slammed current attribution solutions as verging on useless, in a new survey commissioned by QueryClick. Unreliable or false attribution leaves almost 90% of marketers afraid to invest in activities with any kind of long-term payback because of their inability to prove the value. Fewer than one-in-seven marketers find that adjusting their marketing investments based on attribution insights delivers the predicted results. Overall, the survey reveals that marketers find current attribution insights tools are of negligible, arguably negative, value.

5 Tools for Analyzing the Market When Expanding Your Business

All data is valuable, yet some data is more valuable than the other. Joke aside, this maxim is well-known in the marketing world.

Without the means to abstract data marketers wouldn’t be able to tell precisely which marketing strategy is actually working and which one is not; the same way a doctor can’t properly diagnose a patient without having sufficient information.

Why are companies relying on the critical thinking test to derive the best of the results for their business?

Do the businesses or the firms have any means where they can be sure about recruitment of the right candidate from the various applicants for their company? Can be trust the papers or just the CV’s and rely on them while they hire them? Probably in all possibility the answer should be a no. but now the critical thinking test is designed to assess an individual's ability to digest and understand situations and information. This can be the ideal way for recruitment by the companies and the firms. It is often used by organizations where the ability to critically consider arguments or propositions is particularly important, such as law firms.

Major new study reveals the true ROI of database DevOps

DevOps is moving into the mainstream, and the database is now being included, but what holds many C-level executives back is the thorny issue of calculating the Return on Investment. They need to know that a change to the software development process as well as the tooling used will deliver tangible results.

To directly address this concern, Redgate Software today launched a new research study that reveals the benefits different stakeholders can expect from DevOps, and provides a powerful methodology for calculating the ROI of introducing DevOps for the database.