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Top-performing companies choose analytics over intuition for decision making

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Top-performing companies are three times more likely to be leading users of analytics according to a new report released by IBM Institute for Business Value and MIT Sloan Management Review. To better understand how organizations are approaching analytics today, the study sampled nearly 3,000 executives and business analysts from 108 countries and 30 industries.

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