Posts Tagged ‘predictive’

All About Machine Learning with Oracle Analytics

  Perficient Presents at Oracle OpenWorld 2019 – Live from the show floor, a director in our analytics team delivers an overview of the machine learning capabilities of Oracle Analytics Cloud with its built-in ML algorithms. Machine Learning is a science that existed for several decades. However, it wasn’t until the last 10 years that […]

The Houston Astros and Winning Through Advanced Analytics

How can using analytics can make a difference? Baseball has winners and losers.  Teams do not get to share a title or a win.  If they are tied at the end of the 9th inning, the teams are forced into extra innings until one of the teams score.  In a way, that’s more brutal than […]

IBM Amplify: Cognitive Scoring Models

Lead scoring blends itself well into customer journeys or contact journeys. These models are designed to drive intelligent customer journeys. Getting it right can be a difficult process.  The presenter at IBM Amplify walked us through basics on content scoring and how to then make those models more cognitive (e.g. how a machine can give […]

Got Maximo? How About An FDA-Compliant Maximo Cloud?

Let’s tackle a tough one… It’s one thing to put IBM Maximo, an enterprise asset management solution, in the cloud. It’s something completely different to put IBM Maximo in an FDA-compliant cloud!  At Perficient, we don’t do the usual – we cater to the difficult and never been done before, crowd. Our cloud has been serving […]

IoT in Manufacturing

Join us at the 2016 IndustryWeek Manufacturing & Technology Conference & Expo as Abbvie, Perficient and IBM discuss “The Impact of Analytics on Asset Reliability and Process Quality”. Asset-intensive industries have been connecting assets to dashboards for decades. The “Internet of Things” (IOT) has significantly changed the way these connections are made. Lower costs of […]

IBM SPSS Statistics – Continued Exploration

Getting Started…Again Back to Statistics; I restart IBM SPSS and from the startup/open dialog, locate my previously defined data file from the “Open an existing data source” list and click OK. My file opens in the data editor (just as I left it) and the Statistics Viewer shows the very first transaction “GET” (and then […]