Intelligent Automation Driving digital transformation for service providers

February 14, 2019

Service providers are under pressure to launch more dynamic, on-demand services to keep pace with the competition from both traditional providers and Web-scale content players. At the same time, end-customers have increasingly high expectations for their Quality of Experience (QoE) —they demand the services they want, when they want them, with flawless performance. As a result, service providers are now under pressure to provide a range of service offerings with fast time to market and exceptional quality and performance, all at the lowest possible price and cost.

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Proskriptive

Proskriptive is a data science company with a focus on healthcare. Proskriptive was founded to provide technology and services that will deliver the value that is expected from investments in analytic technologies but too infrequently delivered. While predictive technologies are becoming more accessible to non-data scientists the value of the analysis created by these tools still eludes most front line care providers and decision makers. This is due, in part, to the focus on the display of information while omitting the mechanisms necessary to extract value.

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Proskriptive

Proskriptive is a data science company with a focus on healthcare. Proskriptive was founded to provide technology and services that will deliver the value that is expected from investments in analytic technologies but too infrequently delivered. While predictive technologies are becoming more accessible to non-data scientists the value of the analysis created by these tools still eludes most front line care providers and decision makers. This is due, in part, to the focus on the display of information while omitting the mechanisms necessary to extract value.

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