Top organizations at next generation analytics to be honored

Equals 3 recognized as one of the nations top analytics innovators with Analytics 50 award. (Learn more about the award)

A growing number of organizations are investing in big data initiatives and advanced analytics, but just what is meant by advanced analytics, or next generation analytics, is changing. Next generation analytics is evolving along with business needs, and today means cloud-based, collaborative and multi-entity applications.

The evolution has been rapid, notes Paul Jensen, interim dean for Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business, but there are clear leaders in the use of next generation analytics to solve business problems.

In 2011, Gartner named next generation analytics as the most important upcoming technology on the horizon. Just six years later, that prediction feels as quaint as the BlackBerries that were popular at the time. Today, data analytics courses through every major company and research institution in the country.

That’s why Drexel University’s LeBow College of Business - in an effort to strengthen the partnership between academia and industry - is announcing 2017’s top analytics innovators in the nation: the second annual Analytics 50. The initiative spotlights best practices and recognizes organizations using analytics to solve business challenges. Read the full article and see the list of honorees.












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