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Turning Restaurant, Bar, and Brewery Data into Dollars

An overview of some of the many ways restaurants, bars, and breweries can ensure they’re maximizing the potential of their data. Just as in every other kind of business, restaurants, bars, and breweries all mainly

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Turning Retail Data into Dollars

A semi-brief discussion on some of the ways retailers can monetize their data. Like every industry out there, retailers strive to achieve profitability. However, in retail, the competition is fiercer than ever (especially when it

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Business Intelligence vs. Business Analytics

My opinion on the differences and why you should care. Business intelligence and business analytics may seem like a couple of buzzwords to some of us (myself included, originally), but they are both actually extremely

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Machine Learning for Business Decisions

A brief explanation of machine learning and how an organization can benefit from incorporating this new technology into business decisions. Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) might seem like foreign concepts to some of