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Employees Challenged by Business Analytics

November 3, 2010 No Comments

The Internet first began reshaping corporate thinking about smart analytics several years ago. Consequently, companies in virtually every industry sector jumped on the smart analytics bandwagon. These companies have made analytics investments and acquisitions to meet demand. They have been joined by smaller, entrepreneurial companies that also see the opportunity to sell analytics.

Some firms have opted not to rehire employees that they laid off over the past three years, and instead are moving forward with investments in automation and smart analytics systems.

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