Analytics on the go
Take three minutes to get up to speed on the latest analytics applications
While your challenges are complex, getting to the heart of them doesn’t have to be. We help our clients address the signature issues they face every day. This “mini” crash course on analytics is one way to get up to speed fast. Take in a full serving of insights in a short time—about the time it takes to drink a cup of coffee. Hold the sugar, add a dash of insights.
Cognitive technology to comply with new accounting standards
Two new accounting standards—revenue from contracts with customers and leases—may be the most significant changes to US Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) in many years, affecting many us companies. While the compliance task may seem monumental, analytics and cognitive technologies can greatly accelerate compilation, evaluation, and decision processes—and ultimately, compliance.
Government agency data analytics for smarter, faster budget decisions
Today, federal and state government agencies are squeezed by tighter budgets and growing legislative scrutiny. They need to make more informed resource decisions but are often constrained by siloed data and uncoordinated systems. How can government agencies shift their focus to fulfilling their mission, rather than manually churning numbers?
Leverage operational data with clinical trial analytics
A BioPharma company that leverages it's operational data with clinical trial analytics is likely to get it's drug to market faster—potentially resulting in more revenue, increased market share, and improved patient outcomes.
Health and Human Services disposition analytics
While electronic interactions have changed and simplified processing efforts for the better, it’s not always perfect. Take three minutes to give yourself a mini-crash course on how disposition analytics can provide structured guidance for Health and Human Services (HHS) agencies and help prevent errors.
Using safety data to improve patient outcomes
Pharmacovigilance (PV) organizations can—and should—use safety data derived across the product lifecycle to help maintain compliance, make critical decisions, and manage competing demands while delivering on their number one priority: To improve patient outcomes.
Five ways to gain more control over pricing
What insights do consumer products companies need to drive revenue and increase profits? Pricing analytics-driven insights help managers make fast, fact-based decisions that improve revenue management. And for sales? Access to accurate, timely information can inform negotiations with clients for win-win results.
Creating more value in the aftermarket
How are leaders using aftermarket data to shore up the supply chain? From warranty and recall issues to delivering on the service and quality promise, many consumer products companies are applying analytics to aftermarket data for greater insights.