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IBM Analytics

IBM Analytics Each day, we create 4.5 quintillion bytes of data from a variety of sources—from climate information to posts on social media sites, purchase transaction records and medical images.  IBM has the world’s most comprehensive portfolio of data and analytics capabilities in the market. Our strategy is to help enterprises across all industries extract new insights from the explosion of available data to drive competitive advantage. IBM delivers a full spectrum of analytics—from descriptive, predictive and prescriptive to cognitive—to turn big data into big insights and reinvent how decisions are made. We also provide talent management and social collaboration solutions powered by workforce science and cognitive analytics capabilities. We also provide talent management and social collaboration solutions powered by workforce science and cognitive analytics capabilities.

We have arrived at an inflection point where data is availableat such a scale that analytics can be applied to solve problems and yield real-time results in ways never before possible. IBM Analytics can help developers innovate faster and more securely, help business professionals find a smarter way to work via better problem solving and collaboration, and help enterprises gain deeper insight faster.

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News releases
Date Title
22 Jun 2017 IBM Advances Unified Governance, Data Science to Give Global Organizations Deeper Insights to Manage GDPR Readiness
22 Jun 2017 IBM Unveils New Ways to Use, Develop for Db2 for Greater Data Control
30 Mar 2016 Aeroflot Customer Personalization Reaches New Heights with IBM Analytics
19 Oct 2015 New Workforce Solutions from IBM Help Recruiters Find, Attract and Nurture Talent
30 Sep 2015 IBM and Box Deliver First Set of Solutions for Enterprise Content Management and Collaboration
15 Jun 2015 IBM Announces Major Commitment to Advance Apache®Spark™, Calling it Potentially the Most Significant Open Source Project of the Next Decade
28 May 2015 IBM Introduces Behavior-Based Predictive Analytics by Industry
24 Feb 2015 IBM And Juniper Networks Partner To Build Smarter Networks With Predictive Analytics
03 Feb 2015 IBM Announces Cloud-Based Enterprise-Wide Analytics for Energy Companies
27 Oct 2014 IBM Brings Broad Portfolio of Big Data and Analytics Capabilities to the IBM Cloud Marketplace
27 Oct 2014 IBM Introduces New Generation of Cloud-Based Data Services to Help Organizations Know More, Faster
22 Oct 2014 AirStrip To Provide Mobile Monitoring and Early Patient Warning Technology Using IBM’s Real-Time Analytics
16 Oct 2014 IBM and PRO BTP Use Analytics to Fight Healthcare Insurance Fraud and Abuse
16 Sep 2014 IBM Introduces Powerful Analytics for Everyone
28 May 2014 City of Minneapolis Turns Analytics into Insight with IBM
28 May 2014 IBM Unleashes New Tools To Accelerate Data-Driven Cities
11 Mar 2014 Leading German car manufacturer boosts customer satisfaction using IBM Big Data & Analytics
21 Feb 2014 Bangalore Water Taps IBM for Big Data Analytics

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  • IBM Behavior-based Customer Insight Solution for Banking

    IBM Behavior-based Customer Insight Solution for Banking

    Date added: 28 May 2015

    IBM Behavior-based Customer Insight solution for banking helps to personalize customer engagement and deliver customized actions for a more unique digital banking experience. The solution helps answer important banking industry questions like: how many months after major auto repair spending is the average request for a new car loan?, Do customers who spend more than $500 eating out each month have more overdrafts? or How often do customers who buy a new house apply for more personal credit in the three months after purchasing the house? (Credit: IBM)

  • IBM Lift Analytics Solutions for Retail

    IBM Lift Analytics Solutions for Retail

    Date added: 28 May 2015

    IBM Lift Analytics solution for retail helps merchants and marketers understand direct and indirect incremental performance impact - the "lift" - from individual products or categories to improve assortment, placement, pricing and promotional decisions. Using this solution, retailers can quickly address and act on questions such as: What is the likely impact on sales of other products or product lines if makeup brushes are removed from the assortment?, or Which merchandise lines present the greatest opportunities for cross promotion with women's clothing to mid-tier customer segments? (Credit: IBM)

  • IBM Asset Analytics for Rotational Equipment Solution

    IBM Asset Analytics for Rotational Equipment Solution

    Date added: 28 May 2015

    IBM Asset Analytics for Rotational Equipment solution uses predictive analytics to anticipate downtime and improve the reliability and the availability of critical equipment. The solution helps answer questions like: How are production targets achieved against the availability of the critical equipment in the "oil/gas" lifts? (Credit: IBM)

  • What Do You Want To Know?

    What do you want to know? Ask and You'll get the Answer.

    Date added: 16 Sep 2014

    Watson Analytic uses natural language, which means business professionals across data intensive disciplines such as marketing, sales, finance, operations and human resources can ask the right questions and get results in terms familiar to their business. (Credit: IBM)

  • What is the Breakdown of Sales by Region and Brand?

    Powerful Predictive Analytics for Everyone

    Date added: 16 Sep 2014

    Watson Analytics uses predictive analytics to automatically surface the most relevant facts and uncover unforeseen patterns and relationships. This process can spark new questions and better insight, directing users to variables or parts of their business that matter most. (Credit: IBM)

  • What Predicts Purchase Made?

    Hit the Bullseye with Watson Analytics

    Date added: 16 Sep 2014

    By automating data preparation, predictive analysis, and visual storytelling, business professionals across data intensive disciplines like sales and marketing can ask the right questions and get results in terms familiar to their business with Watson Analytics. (Credit: IBM)

  • Which DEALS are likely to close?

    Easy, Instant Access to Your Data

    Date added: 16 Sep 2014

    Business professionals can quickly understand and make decisions based on Watson Analytics’ data-driven visualizations. For example, a marketing executive can ask a question, and immediately discover through cloud-delivered data visualizations what sales are most likely to close by region. (Credit: IBM)

  • IBM Debuts Analytics for Everyone

    IBM Debuts Analytics for Everyone

    Date added: 16 Sep 2014

    At an event at the Westin Hotel in New York City, IBM Big Data and Analytics Vice president Inhi Cho Suh demonstrates Watson Analytics, a new cloud service the company launched today that is powered by IBM's Watson cognitive computing technology. Watson Analytics allows non-technical professionals in marketing, sales, finance and human resources roles to make more informed business decisions by analyzing huge volumes of data using familiar business terms instead of technical jargon. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM).

  • IBM Debuts Analytics for Everyone

    IBM Debuts Analytics for Everyone

    Date added: 16 Sep 2014

    At an event at the Westin Hotel in New York City, IBM Big Data and Analytics Vice president Inhi Cho Suh demonstrates Watson Analytics, a new cloud service the company launched today that is powered by IBM's Watson cognitive computing technology. Watson Analytics allows non-technical professionals in marketing, sales, finance and human resources roles to make more informed business decisions by analyzing huge volumes of data using familiar business terms instead of technical jargon. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM).


Contact(s) for the Press kit

Joseph Gallo
IBM Media Relations
646-588-9642
jgallo@us.ibm.com