Highly sophisticated tools for big-data analysis and visualization
Shopkick is an app that offers a fun and easy way to earn rewards for visiting stores and purchasing a variety of products. It is generating enormous amounts of data on shoppers’ habits, including location and time of purchases, that give retailers and brands an opportunity to tailor their marketing efforts and make business decisions.
Using the power of data analytics, OpenDoor will offer you a price for your house in under 24 hours
NIR spectrometry allows fast, non-destructive measurement. Its dependency on data is both a challenge to adoption, as well as an entry barrier for competitors.
The “Google of food” meets DNA testing: through data collection, analytics, and genomics, Clear Labs is trying to create more visibility into our food’s makeup.
With over 130M data points, the True&Co. proprietary algorithm is working to reinvent the way women shop for better, personalized intimate apparel.
How Target used predictive analytics to identify pregnant customers and why it matters for retail
Sifting through government data is no easy task.
American Express, is harnessing the power of its data to migrate many traditional processes from legacy mainframes to Big Data processing environments, resulting in dramatic improvements in speed and performance.
Google applies its data and analytical rigor to a new domain: workforce management.