Business Objects, SPSS In Data Mining Deal Company will extend its business intelligence product line with SPSS' predictive analytics software. By Rick Whiting December 03, 2007, 04:53 PM EST
SPSS data mining products and servs ensure timely, reliable results by supporting the CRoss- Standard Process for Data Mining (CRISP-DM).* Created by industry Data mining is a business process aided by computer support. As with any business problem, stakeholders need to find a solvable problem and on
Sep 21, 2020· Business Objects plans to release SPSS' integrated predictive bench for the data-mining set in the first half of 2008.
Dec 03, 2007· For SPSS, the Business Objects deal bolsters its strategy to extend its predictive capabilities through partnerships. "We don't own the data, nor do we own the delivery mechanisms to get the data and the predictive analytics out to the end users, so Business Objects is a perfect partner for us to do that with," says Patrick McCue, v president of global alliances.
IBM® SPSS® Statistics Base makes the complete analytical process easy, using a broad range of procedures and techniques. The Modeling Family. Including IBM® SPSS® Modeler Professional for data mining and IBM® SPSS® Modeler Premium for text analytics, both of which are consistently positioned as leaders in the analytics space.
Jul 10, 2018· This AZTech training course is designed for all people involved in data mining and data analysis, as well as planning and forecasting, and especially the one
Mar 18, 2014· IBM SPSS Modeler V16 makes it possible to with geospatial data by applying a spatial data mining function called space-time-boxes. Marketers, intelligence analysts, customer satisfaction representatives, shippers, supply chain and logistics experts, and others who can use this information to improve their ROI are a step ahead of those
Jul 09, 2008· Business Objects has partnerships with other data mining vendors, including KXEN, that may not appreciate the OEM agreement with SPSS. Opportunities: Although many organizations consider data mining and predictive analytics as such a strong competitive weapon that they are reluctant to discuss its use, I believe that this is one of the fastest growing segments of the BI market.
Apr 11, 2012· With the announcement of Business Objects Predictive Analysis on Apr 3, 2012, SAP will join the Likes of SAS Institute, IBM’s SPSS division and Oracle, as well a number of startups, such as Revolution Analytics, that are based on supporting R which are the base model for
Easily visualize the data mining process, using IBM SPSS Modeler's intuitive graphical interface. From this interface, you can easily access both structured (numbers and dates) and unstructured (text) from a variety of sources, such as operational databases, survey data, files, and your IBM Cognos 8 Business Intelligence frame, and use
Aug 26, 2009· On Tuesday, IBM announced that it was acquiring SPSS for 1.2B in an all cash deal. Not surprising that one of the big database companies would go after a data mining software company.
However the conclusions are wrong. IBM’s acquisition of SPSS is a direct threat to SAS. SAS and SPSS in the early days of data mining and predictive analytics were competing head to head. Now IBM’s Intelligent Miner will be bolstered sufficiently with SPSS
Apr 11, 2012· With the announcement of Business Objects Predictive Analysis on Apr 3, 2012, SAP will join the Likes of SAS Institute, IBM’s SPSS division and Oracle, as well a number of startups, such as
Dec 05, 2007· Business Objects (Nasdaq: BOBJ; Euronext Paris ISIN code: FR0004026250 BOB), the world’s leading provider of business intelligence (BI) solutions, and SPSS (Nasdaq: SPSS), a
Feb 06, 2008· The latter category is the long-time domain of analytic powerhouses SPSS and SAS Institute Inc., as well as that of newer players, such as the former Business Objects SA (which acquired text mining
Jul 29, 2009· In a media teleconference Tuesday morning, Ambuj Goyal, general manager of IBM's Information Management business explained that the deal -- which, at $50 a share, represents a 42.5 percent premium to SPSS