A walk in the park, and enterprise decision automation with rules laying the base for machine learning…
If you have been following competitive athletics, you will be familiar with the unusual way high jumpers go over the bar
A Poetic take on the needs of Operations and Supply Chain Leaders, and how process automation with OpsVeda changes the game!
Look up an implementation plan for enterprise software, and “Custom Reports” will show up as a task with significant effort. However, talk to anybody who has gone through these implementations and they will tell you that almost 80% of the custom reports created are hardly used. In fact, most users will not even be aware … Read More
Recently I overheard a conversation between two of my colleagues. One was requesting inputs for a task assigned, while the other was protesting that he didn’t have the time to prepare detailed documentation. The term “detailed documentation” appeared to send a shudder down the requestor’s spine. He promptly replied, “Please don’t give me anything lengthy… … Read More
“An object at rest stays at rest and an object in motion stays in motion with the same speed & direction unless acted on by an external force”. No, this is not going to be a blog on the Basic Sciences… I mentioned Newton’s first law of motion only to highlight an interesting parallel between … Read More
Last month Gartner published an article titled “Extend Your Portfolio of Analytics Capabilities” where they discussed the four types of analytic capabilities, their usage and the human intervention needed at each level to translate the data insights to action. The framework is captured well in the below figure – also from the same article. Source: … Read More