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Watson Analytics Despite today’s existence of large quantities of data, only a small fraction of professionals use powerful analytics tools as part of their decision-making. Watson Analytics is a breakthrough natural language-based cognitive service that can provide instant access to powerful predictive and visual analytic tools to more businesses. Watson Analytics offers a full range of self-service analytics, including access to easy-to-use data refinement and data warehousing services. With these tools, business users can acquire and prepare data for analysis, can uncover insights and create visualization that can be acted upon and interacted with.

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News releases
Date Title
27 Nov 2015 IBM’s Watson Predicts the Top Products and Trends for Black Friday
14 Oct 2015 IBM Expands Data Discovery and Q&A Power of Watson Analytics
16 Sep 2014 IBM Introduces Powerful Analytics for Everyone

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  • 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).

  • 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)


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Kaitlin E. Messmer
External Relations Lead - IBM Analytics
347-714-1833
kaitlin.messmer@ibm.com

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