Quantified Impressions Multi-Lingual Text Analysis- A Plan To Action from #SMAS12 ‘80% of success is showing up’- Woody Allen He could have been referring to multi-lingual text analysis. Is that good news? It might be. Native language text analysis is complex but it’s not impossible. This was a remarkable point from last week’s Social Media Analytics Summit (#SMAS12) from Text Analytics News. Consider the data from the 2010 US Census: 20% of the population (over the age of 5) speaks a language other than English at home35 million – US residents speak Spanish in the home50% of US population growth is coming from HispanicsAsian Americans are the fastest growing population segment- 46% increase 2000 vs 20102.6 million- US residents speak Chinese in the homeNon-native speakers prefer to conduct business in their native language This is a business and a cultural issue. How? Start with a cross-lingual solution that works in the native language of the text. Work backwards. Make a plan, and stick with the plan. Is your business ready to meet the challenge?
Still Leading the Charge Towards Holistic Integration « Business Process Integration May 23, 2012 at 3:56 am Andy Griffin At Adeptia, we’ve been talking about holistic integration strategies for years. We’ve predicted the direction of the industry and have innovatively developed a product that addresses the most complex integration requirements in a single, holistic system. As more and more businesses look to implement holistic, enterprise-wide integration strategies, Adeptia’s product stands out in the market as the best and only integration tool in its class. In a conversation with IT Business Edge last December, Forrester principal analyst and integration expert Ken Vollmer talked about the need for IT to move in the direction of holistic integration. “The only vendor that effectively addresses all three silos,” Vollmer concluded, “is Adeptia’s tightly integrated product.” Nearly six months later, the industry trend towards holistic integration strategy is stronger than ever. Like this: Like Loading... Entry filed under: BPM, Integration, IT Infrastructure.
Integrating PLM and MES – Realizing the Digital Factory Tech-Clarity Insight Integrating PLM and MES – Realizing the Digital Factory expands the discussion on the roles that ERP and PLM play in manufacturing to include the role of Manufacturing Execution Systems (MES). The paper discusses the business need for integrating the solutions, automating the integrated product and production lifecycle, and closing the loop between designs and products. The report includes experiences shared through interviews with a leading aerospace manufacturer, a Siemens electronics plant, and ATK Space Systems. Please enjoy the free Executive Summary below, or click the report title above to download the full PDF (free of charge, no registration required). Table of Contents Executive OverviewWhy Now? Executive Overview Manufacturers frequently struggle with the roles that their enterprise systems should play in developing and producing profitable products. ERP, Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), and MES all offer distinct value.
Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 + Help Desk Software = Customer Love Today, we’re excited to announce yet another CRM integration: Zendesk for Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 which will be joining our other CRM offerings including Salesforce and SugarCRM! At Zendesk, we believe in a connected organization. With sales and support as cornerstones of any organization, it is essential for both teams to have a holistic view of your customers and for your organization to closely track all customer interactions throughout the customer lifecycle. Zendesk for Microsoft Dynamics CRM provides a two-way help desk integration with new functionality that gives organizations a more accurate view of their customers, from sales to support, from within a single system. Here’s what your agents can do with the new two-way integration between Zendesk and Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011: Learn more here!
Does the Bayesian Diet Call For Error-Statistical Supplements? « Error Statistics Philosophy Some of the recent comments to my May 20 post leads me to point us back to my earlier (April 15) post on dynamic dutch books, and continue where Howson left off: “And where does this conclusion leave the Bayesian theory? ….I claim that nothing valuable is lost by abandoning updating rules. The idea that the only updating policy sanctioned by the Bayesian theory is updating by conditionalization was untenable even on its own terms, since the learning of each conditioning proposition could not itself have been by conditionalization.” So a Bayesian account requires a distinct account of empirical learning in order to learn “of each conditioning proposition” (propositions which may be statistical hypotheses). *Error and the Growth of Experimental Knowledge (Mayo 1997): Howson, C. (1997).
Zauber Blog: Zauber announces Social Media Analytics suite Big news ! We are excited to announce the release of our Social Media Analytics suite of products: Flowics and Tribatics, the most recent and ambitious creations of our Lab and the result of months of hard work in the field of Big Data and AI. Flowics is a platform to create real-time visualizations out of Twitter conversations. Flowics collects, filters and visually presents trends and indicators of the buzz around a specific show, event, or news story. Flowics allows producers to make their coverage even more engaging as it provides an actual visualization of that buzz. Tribatics provides quality insights on social audiences and conversations. These two products are focusing initially on Twitter, but support for more social networks is coming soon. We realized that traditional monitoring of social media has not been evolving enough, even though the market is asking for that. For more information, you can read:
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