With the acceleration of adaption and technology growth, analytics becomes more vital for retailers
What lessons can retailers and brands look back on this year to make 2021 a year to remember?
Colleges and universities are under a lot of pressure to meet enrollment targets, retain existing students, and see them through to graduation — all while operating under strict budget constraints.
In today’s higher education landscape, the collection, appreciation, and usage of data and analytics is not only necessary, it is essential.
You’ve heard of word of mouth – but what about word of machine? Host TC Riley dives in to how AI is changing the way we trust machines and view data.
This week Tyler Kern sits down with the Founder and Chairman of the Professional Fighters League to discuss their 2021 launch.
Healthcare has been in the spotlight for months due to the spread of the novel coronavirus and the ensuing COVID-19 pandemic. Many industry leaders are searching for ways to improve patient outcomes, boost efficiency, and...
In this episode, Hardeep talks about how the right analytics and data management techniques can help solve the most pressing education issues, from social emotional learning lapses to digital inequities.
We don’t know what the future of work will look like when today’s students graduate, but one thing is for sure—adaptability and flexibility, including flexible classrooms, will be critical skills.
On this episode of Healthcare Analytics Decoded, a Quantros podcast, Quantros Director of Data Science Andrew Johnson joined host Lauren Hickey to explore how hospitals, health systems and purchasers of healthcare benefit from uti
Salesforce’s Caila Schwartz joins Retail Refined to examine the impact of the pandemic on the way retailers cater to consumers and act upon data and insights.
Recruiting in college sports has become a big business, particularly since the turn of the millennium, but it is poised to possibly see its biggest boost yet.
What makes a successful company in 2020? Is it revenue or market share? Or is it something else? Today’s podcast posits that the answer is a lot more technical than that.
TC Riley unpacks the data on remote work life while forecasting reasons for both optimism and caution regarding the future of the American economy.
Kern sat down with Mike Stocz, assistant professor at the University of Northern Alabama, who specializes in sports marketing, analytics and the intersection of traditional and eSports.
This week Retail Refined looks into capturing customer intent and how brands and retailers will be positioned better than before post COVID.
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