How Incorta Customers are Leveraging Real-Time Operational Intelligence to Quickly & Effectively Respond to 3 Likely Scenarios Caused by COVID-19

Most businesses do not have contingency or business continuity plans that correlate to the world we see unfold before us—one in which we seem to wake up to an entirely new reality each day. Broad mandates to work at home are now a given.  But how do we move beyond this and strategically prepare for—and respond to—business implications resulting from the coronavirus pandemic? Some of our customers are showing us how. These organizations have developed comprehensive, real-time operational intelligence views of their global teams—some in only 24-48 hours—that help them better protect their remote workforces, customers, and business at hand.

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Behavox

Behavox is the People Analytics company, using AI to make companies smarter, more secure and more successful. The company has offices in London, New York and Singapore and employs industry leaders in compliance and regulation, sales and customer success, software and data science. Behavox software reveals previously undetectable insights to protect reputation and maximise revenue generation by analysing vast amounts of structured and unstructured data.

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How Artificial Intelligence Is Transforming Businesses

Article | July 18, 2023

Whilst there are many people that associate AI with sci-fi novels and films, its reputation as an antagonist to fictional dystopic worlds is now becoming a thing of the past, as the technology becomes more and more integrated into our everyday lives.AI technologies have become increasingly more present in our daily lives, not just with Alexa’s in the home, but also throughout businesses everywhere, disrupting a variety of different industries with often tremendous results. The technology has helped to streamline even the most mundane of tasks whilst having a breath-taking impact on a company’s efficiency and productivity.However, AI has not only transformed administrative processes and freed up more time for companies, it has also contributed to some ground-breaking moments in business, being a must-have for many in order to keep up with the competition.

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Business Intelligence, Big Data Management, Data Science

DRIVING DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION WITH RPA, ML AND WORKFLOW AUTOMATION

Article | May 2, 2023

The latest pace of advancements in technology paves way for businesses to pay attention to digital strategy in order to drive effective digital transformation. Digital strategy focuses on leveraging technology to enhance business performance, specifying the direction where organizations can create new competitive advantages with it. Despite a lot of buzz around its advancement, digital transformation initiatives in most businesses are still in its infancy.Organizations that have successfully implemented and are effectively navigating their way towards digital transformation have seen that deploying a low-code workflow automation platform makes them more efficient.

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Big Data Management, Data Science, Big Data

AI and Predictive Analytics: Myth, Math, or Magic

Article | May 16, 2023

We are a species invested in predicting the future as if our lives depended on it. Indeed, good predictions of where wolves might lurk were once a matter of survival. Even as civilization made us physically safer, prediction has remained a mainstay of culture, from the haruspices of ancient Rome inspecting animal entrails to business analysts dissecting a wealth of transactions to foretell future sales. With these caveats in mind, I predict that in 2020 (and the decade ahead) we will struggle if we unquestioningly adopt artificial intelligence (AI) in predictive analytics, founded on an unjustified overconfidence in the almost mythical power of AI's mathematical foundations. This is another form of the disease of technochauvinism I discussed in a previous article.

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Predictive analytics vs AI Why the difference matters

Article | February 10, 2020

There are few movie scenes I can recall from my childhood, but I vividly remember seeing the 1968 Stanley Kubrick sci-fi movie 2001 A Space Odyssey in 1970 with my older cousin. What stays with me to this day is the scene where astronaut Dave asks HAL, the homicidal computer based on artificial intelligence (AI), to open the pod bay doors. HAL's eerie reply: I'm sorry, Dave. I'm afraid I can't do that.In that moment, the concept of man vs. machine was created, predicated on the idea that machines created by man and using AI could (eventually) defy orders, position themselves in the vanguard, and overthrow humankind. Fast forward to today. Within the information governance space, there are two terms that have been used quite frequently in recent years analytics and AI. Often they are used interchangeably and are practically synonymous.

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Behavox

Behavox is the People Analytics company, using AI to make companies smarter, more secure and more successful. The company has offices in London, New York and Singapore and employs industry leaders in compliance and regulation, sales and customer success, software and data science. Behavox software reveals previously undetectable insights to protect reputation and maximise revenue generation by analysing vast amounts of structured and unstructured data.

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Incorta Launches Tableau Connector to Provide All Customers with Faster Data Analytics

Incorta | May 26, 2021

Incorta, Direct Data Platform, today announced a partnership with Tableau, the world's leading analytics platform, for a Tableau connector. With the new connector, thousands of customers can use Tableau as their analytics platform of choice while accelerating complex data workflows with Incorta, as data-driven decisions have never been more important. However, without the right tools, these queries and massive datasets can be difficult to deliver. Then visualize and understand quickly enough to make important decisions. Customers using the Incorta Connector for Tableau accelerate their requests for advanced insights due to Incorta's unique approach to Direct Data Mapping ™ and high-performance extraction from any data source. " In a data-driven, we must give our customers the tools they need to make informed decisions as quickly as possible, "said Brian Matsubara, RVP of Global Technology Alliances at Tableau. With Incorta, our customers can quickly access relevant data, optimize their queries and thus improve their entire data workflow. Visual analytics that allows users to get the most out of their data In combination with Incorta's Direct Data PlatformTM as a backend database, users have a single source of truth for their data, so that you can use massive data sets at lightning speed. The Tableau Connector is available in the Tableau Gallery and directly from Incorta. Current Incorta customers can download and use the connector free of charge. Tableau customers must turn to Incorta and use Incorta's direct data platform to accelerate Tableau query performance. "When teams can visualize their data and then make informed decisions quickly, they will be better equipped to maximize the value of that data," said Scott Jones, Incorta CEO. Incorta can drive the powerful visualization Tableau users to love with a faster processing power for even the most complex data sets. About Incorta Incorta is the only unified data analysis platform based on direct data mapping. The platform is designed to help companies stay one step ahead of the speed, volume, and complexity of modern business data. It offers unmatched speed and transparency. Incorta is based on open standards and can be integrated into cloud-compatible platforms and tools. This makes it easy to consolidate data in the cloud and extract valuable information. By continuously providing data sources for analysis, the platform helps executives, business teams and data scientists make more accurate, timely, and transparent decisions and access more comprehensive data sets more quickly.

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Incorta Enables Business Analytics On the Go With New Mobile Applications

Incorta | May 20, 2021

Incorta Mobile, the world's first unified data analytics experience for mobile devices, was launched today by Incorta, the Direct Data Platform. Incorta Mobile, which is now available in the Apple and Google Play store, provides Incorta customers with a powerful and easy way to connect, view, and analyze company data from anywhere, at any time, with the potential to dig down into specific transaction details. The mobile-native applications are designed for both power users and beginners and provide mobile shortcuts and other small-screen optimizations, as well as an immersive augmented reality experience for iOS users. “Business teams all over the world are seeking quicker access to more and better data,” Incorta CEO Scott Jones said. “Everyone now knows the importance of data in decision-making, from the back office to the front lines of business. Our unified data analytics platform becomes even more efficient, simple, and accessible to the next wave of data-driven decision-makers – the rest of the business – with Incorta Mobile.” On a smaller screen, Incorta Mobile is operated by Incorta 5, the Direct Data Platform, which provides the full range of Incorta insights, visualizations, and KPIs. Incorta's Direct Data Mapping gives mobile users access to lightning-fast analytics and the ability to dig down to any level of detail. The following are some of the new features: • Pinch-to-Zoom and Native Tooltips: Tapping and panning your mobile device displays native tooltips and data filtering options, making it simple to pick, filter, and observe data points on small, touch-screen devices. Viewing chart details in larger sizes is simple with pinching and zooming. • Filters and Bookmarks: Filter data quickly and easily, adjust views, and bookmark favorites for a more efficient user experience. Inside the app, users can build fully personalized content based on their specific needs and preferences. • Widgets: Create shortcuts or "saved views" of key insights on a mobile device's home screen to track and share important data views with a single tap. • Biometrics: Use Face ID to save and protect the Incorta Mobile login credentials for added protection and quick access to the app. • Augmented Reality: Working with full layouts on small screens becomes more practical and intuitive as large data sets and dashboards are viewed in augmented reality.Users can rotate their device to zoom in and out on dashboards, as well as view data points by pointing at insights. Matthew Halliday, Incorta Co-Founder and EVP of Product Strategy, said, "Incorta Mobile offers customers an even better way to experience the unified data analytics platform they know and love." “The mobile app, which is powered by Direct Data Mapping, provides near real-time data to the device we all carry with us at all times. Users can access dashboards on their phones with intraday refreshes, freely explore and analyze the data, and then have a personalized visualization ready to share in seconds.” About Incorta Incorta is the only unified data analytics platform that uses Direct Data Mapping as its foundation. The platform was created to assist businesses in staying ahead of the accelerating rate, volume, and complexity of modern enterprise data. It provides unrivaled speed and visibility. Incorta is based on open standards and integrates with cloud-friendly tools and platforms, making it simple to consolidate data and extract important insights in the cloud. The platform helps business leaders, business teams, and data scientists make more accurate, timely, and transparent decisions with quicker access to richer data sets by making every data source constantly available for analytics. Incorta is backed by GV (formerly Google Ventures), Kleiner Perkins, M12 (formerly Microsoft Ventures), Telstra Ventures, and Sorenson Capital. Its analytics are used by some of the world's most successful brands, including Broadcom, Credit Suisse, and Shutterfly.

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Incorta Named a Finalist for CODiE Award in Best Business Intelligence Solution Category

Incorta | April 08, 2020

Incorta, creators of the industry’s only Unified Data Analytics Platform powered by Direct Data Mapping™, today announced that it has been named one of two finalists for the 2020 SIIA CODiE Awards in the “Best Business Intelligence Solution” category. Finalists represent the best products, technologies, and services in software, information and business technology, and were chosen by a panel of judges from industry leaders including Amazon AWS, LinkedIn, VMware, JP Morgan Chase, Deloitte, Cisco, and Oracle, among other notables.

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Big Data Management

Incorta Launches Tableau Connector to Provide All Customers with Faster Data Analytics

Incorta | May 26, 2021

Incorta, Direct Data Platform, today announced a partnership with Tableau, the world's leading analytics platform, for a Tableau connector. With the new connector, thousands of customers can use Tableau as their analytics platform of choice while accelerating complex data workflows with Incorta, as data-driven decisions have never been more important. However, without the right tools, these queries and massive datasets can be difficult to deliver. Then visualize and understand quickly enough to make important decisions. Customers using the Incorta Connector for Tableau accelerate their requests for advanced insights due to Incorta's unique approach to Direct Data Mapping ™ and high-performance extraction from any data source. " In a data-driven, we must give our customers the tools they need to make informed decisions as quickly as possible, "said Brian Matsubara, RVP of Global Technology Alliances at Tableau. With Incorta, our customers can quickly access relevant data, optimize their queries and thus improve their entire data workflow. Visual analytics that allows users to get the most out of their data In combination with Incorta's Direct Data PlatformTM as a backend database, users have a single source of truth for their data, so that you can use massive data sets at lightning speed. The Tableau Connector is available in the Tableau Gallery and directly from Incorta. Current Incorta customers can download and use the connector free of charge. Tableau customers must turn to Incorta and use Incorta's direct data platform to accelerate Tableau query performance. "When teams can visualize their data and then make informed decisions quickly, they will be better equipped to maximize the value of that data," said Scott Jones, Incorta CEO. Incorta can drive the powerful visualization Tableau users to love with a faster processing power for even the most complex data sets. About Incorta Incorta is the only unified data analysis platform based on direct data mapping. The platform is designed to help companies stay one step ahead of the speed, volume, and complexity of modern business data. It offers unmatched speed and transparency. Incorta is based on open standards and can be integrated into cloud-compatible platforms and tools. This makes it easy to consolidate data in the cloud and extract valuable information. By continuously providing data sources for analysis, the platform helps executives, business teams and data scientists make more accurate, timely, and transparent decisions and access more comprehensive data sets more quickly.

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Big Data Management

Incorta Enables Business Analytics On the Go With New Mobile Applications

Incorta | May 20, 2021

Incorta Mobile, the world's first unified data analytics experience for mobile devices, was launched today by Incorta, the Direct Data Platform. Incorta Mobile, which is now available in the Apple and Google Play store, provides Incorta customers with a powerful and easy way to connect, view, and analyze company data from anywhere, at any time, with the potential to dig down into specific transaction details. The mobile-native applications are designed for both power users and beginners and provide mobile shortcuts and other small-screen optimizations, as well as an immersive augmented reality experience for iOS users. “Business teams all over the world are seeking quicker access to more and better data,” Incorta CEO Scott Jones said. “Everyone now knows the importance of data in decision-making, from the back office to the front lines of business. Our unified data analytics platform becomes even more efficient, simple, and accessible to the next wave of data-driven decision-makers – the rest of the business – with Incorta Mobile.” On a smaller screen, Incorta Mobile is operated by Incorta 5, the Direct Data Platform, which provides the full range of Incorta insights, visualizations, and KPIs. Incorta's Direct Data Mapping gives mobile users access to lightning-fast analytics and the ability to dig down to any level of detail. The following are some of the new features: • Pinch-to-Zoom and Native Tooltips: Tapping and panning your mobile device displays native tooltips and data filtering options, making it simple to pick, filter, and observe data points on small, touch-screen devices. Viewing chart details in larger sizes is simple with pinching and zooming. • Filters and Bookmarks: Filter data quickly and easily, adjust views, and bookmark favorites for a more efficient user experience. Inside the app, users can build fully personalized content based on their specific needs and preferences. • Widgets: Create shortcuts or "saved views" of key insights on a mobile device's home screen to track and share important data views with a single tap. • Biometrics: Use Face ID to save and protect the Incorta Mobile login credentials for added protection and quick access to the app. • Augmented Reality: Working with full layouts on small screens becomes more practical and intuitive as large data sets and dashboards are viewed in augmented reality.Users can rotate their device to zoom in and out on dashboards, as well as view data points by pointing at insights. Matthew Halliday, Incorta Co-Founder and EVP of Product Strategy, said, "Incorta Mobile offers customers an even better way to experience the unified data analytics platform they know and love." “The mobile app, which is powered by Direct Data Mapping, provides near real-time data to the device we all carry with us at all times. Users can access dashboards on their phones with intraday refreshes, freely explore and analyze the data, and then have a personalized visualization ready to share in seconds.” About Incorta Incorta is the only unified data analytics platform that uses Direct Data Mapping as its foundation. The platform was created to assist businesses in staying ahead of the accelerating rate, volume, and complexity of modern enterprise data. It provides unrivaled speed and visibility. Incorta is based on open standards and integrates with cloud-friendly tools and platforms, making it simple to consolidate data and extract important insights in the cloud. The platform helps business leaders, business teams, and data scientists make more accurate, timely, and transparent decisions with quicker access to richer data sets by making every data source constantly available for analytics. Incorta is backed by GV (formerly Google Ventures), Kleiner Perkins, M12 (formerly Microsoft Ventures), Telstra Ventures, and Sorenson Capital. Its analytics are used by some of the world's most successful brands, including Broadcom, Credit Suisse, and Shutterfly.

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Incorta Named a Finalist for CODiE Award in Best Business Intelligence Solution Category

Incorta | April 08, 2020

Incorta, creators of the industry’s only Unified Data Analytics Platform powered by Direct Data Mapping™, today announced that it has been named one of two finalists for the 2020 SIIA CODiE Awards in the “Best Business Intelligence Solution” category. Finalists represent the best products, technologies, and services in software, information and business technology, and were chosen by a panel of judges from industry leaders including Amazon AWS, LinkedIn, VMware, JP Morgan Chase, Deloitte, Cisco, and Oracle, among other notables.

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