Month: April 2020

Business Intelligence – Release Notes


Produce financial and market intelligence by querying data repositories and generating periodic reports. Devise methods for identifying data patterns and trends in available information sources.

Sample of reported job titles:
Business Intelligence Analyst; Business Intelligence Manager; Commercial Intelligence Manager; Competitive Intelligence Analyst; Consultant, Strategic Business and Technology Intelligence; Director of Enterprise Strategy; Director of Market Intelligence; Director, Global Intelligence; Intelligence Analyst; Manager, Market Intelligence


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Tasks

  • Analyze competitive market strategies through analysis of related product, market, or share trends.
  • Synthesize current business intelligence or trend data to support recommendations for action.
  • Communicate with customers, competitors, suppliers,
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To Establish a Global Blockchain Platform Providing Entertainment, Finance and Shopping Services



Wednesday, April 29, 2020 8:00 AM

NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / April 29, 2020 / Recently, a shining player called “Gold Mining Members” has emerged from the crypto market. It is a blockchain-based platform ecosystem which integrated multiple functions such as digital miningBlockchain game, crypto asset management.

According to Henry K, the CEO of SDM and Foundation Director of Gold Mining Members (short as GMM), there are four global foundation companies involved in the project. “this joint-corporation makes our project 4 times stronger and diversified the risk 4 times lower. We are aiming to build a stable and long-term-based blockchain platform which provides a safer and better choice for the investors. “said by Henry.

Different with the traditional blockchain projects which emphasis the technology side, the GMM pays more attention on the application side. One foundation company of GMM is majored in African gold mining business. Therefore,

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What is Business Intelligence? – IBM Business Analytics Blog

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Data is everywhere. In your phone, your TV, your car, your house, your company’s ledgers and supply chain . . . we’re living in a world awash with data. However, it’s not the data itself that really matters, it’s what you do with it. That’s where data analytics — and business intelligence — comes in.

Data analytics is one of the fastest-growing, most strategic parts of business today. It has become the lifeline for critical business decisions. That’s why, in recent years, we’ve seen an explosion of desktop, self-service business intelligence (BI) tools.

BI = Business Intelligence

So, what is business intelligence? In short, BI is an orchestrated set of software, services, and work processes to ingest data and present it in different user-friendly views like reports, visualizations, dashboards, charts, graphs, and maps.

Today’s BI tools allow your everyday business user to interact with all different

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How Optimists and Pessimists Can Get Along

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How often do conflicts occur in your enterprise because someone proposed ill-considered or insufficiently thought-out ideas? What about because someone opposed innovative, out-of-the-box ideas?

If you have either problem, you might be plagued by two very common cognitive biases: the optimism bias or the pessimism bias. The optimism bias describes the many people who tend to make overly positive assessments of future risks and rewards, while the pessimism bias refers to those who make excessively negative assessments. These mental blindspots are two out of myriad dangerous judgment errors that result from how our brains are wired. It’s what scholars in cognitive neuroscience and behavioral economics like myself call cognitive biases.

These problems plagued a quickly growing healthcare startup in the Northeast, which experienced a great deal of internal turmoil. The optimistically minded people on the team generated lots of great new ideas,

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5 Factors for Planning Your Entrepreneurial Legacy


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In business today, disruption is the name of the game. Entrepreneurs are constantly looking for ways to shake things up, find new perspectives and change the rules. 

While carving out a place for yourself in the market is crucial, focusing only on your numbers sheet is a bit shortsighted. For entrepreneurs, the sign of true success isn’t short-term profits — it’s a lasting legacy. Now more than ever, entrepreneurs need to look forward to what their long-term impact on the world will be. Knowing what you’ll be known and remembered for down the line, however, isn’t always easy. If you’re hoping to turn your present success into a future legacy, it’s important to start thinking ahead today. Here are some key factors to keep in mind when planning your entrepreneurial legacy.

Building positive relationships is already

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Evaluating the relationship among agriculture, energy demand, finance and environmental degradation in one belt and one road economies: Carbon Management: Vol 11, No 2

The agriculture sector has a 21 percent share in global CO2 emission. It is contributing the 40 percent share in the gross domestic product of OBORI (One Belt and One Road Initiative) economies. Therefore, the present work intends to evaluate the role of agriculture and forest on environmental degradation from 1980 to 2017 for OBORI economies. The cross-sectional dependence, and order of integration are checked by cross-sectional dependence and second-generation panel unit roots tests respectively. Afterwards, the Wester-Lund co-integration test infers the existence of co-integration between under-considered variables for OBORI region. The empirical results from Fully Modified Ordinary Least Square (FMOLS) and Dynamic Ordinary Least Square (DOLS) suggest that agriculture and energy demand cause to upsurge the environmental degradation. While, the forest is improving the environment quality. The authorities may consider the efficient energy utilizing, and eco-friendly techniques to overcome the deteriorating effects of energy usage and agriculture on environment

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Insurance Info – Types of Insurance





 
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Business Intelligence Market Share, Trend, Opportunity, Affect On Demand By COVID-19 Pandemic And Forecast 2018-2025

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Apr 28, 2020 (AmericaNewsHour) —
The Global Business Intelligence Market was valued at USD 17.15 billion in 2016 and is projected to reach USD 147.19 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 26.98% from 2017 to 2025.

Business Intelligence (BI) refers to technologies, applications and practices for the collection, integration, analysis, and presentation of business information. BI encompasses a wide variety of tools, that enable organizations to collect data from internal systems and external sources, prepare it for analysis, develop and run queries against that data, and create reports for better decision making process. Benefits of business intelligence include – improve efficiency, better inventory management, identify new revenue opportunities, and get insights to make accurate and timely business decisions.

The Final Report will cover the impact analysis of COVID-19 on this industry:

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4 Telltale Signs Your Business Is Ripe for a Cybersecurity Attack (and How to Respond)


5 min read

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We live in a time when digital technology has become more fully ingrained in our society than ever before. Ecommerce was already experiencing significant growth prior to the global crisis, with the U.S. Department of Commerce reporting 14.9 percent sector growth in 2019.

In addition to ecommerce, technology such as cloud operations, automated tools for managing day-to-day tasks and remote work solutions have become increasingly important for businesses.

However, it’s important to keep in mind that while all of these advancements can improve efficiency and help your bottom line, they also increase your risk for a cybersecurity attack. If you aren’t prepared, the results can be devastating — in fact, the Committee on Small Business estimates that 60 percent of small to medium-sized businesses go out of business within six months of a successful cyberattack.

Understanding

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