No Gettin' Around 'Em
When folks get all data-sciencey out building Business Intelligence, they start spouting words which belong in a statistics class. Words like "Bayesian", "A/B Testing", "geocoding", "probabilities", "modeling", and "clusters" -- of of which make "Business Intelligence" sound difficult to develop and acquire. And if you're just beginning to get an inkling of what data analytics can do for your business decision-making, it is easy to feel overwhelmed at what would look to be a convoluted process. However, if you step back away from all the "techy" / "math-ey" / "code-y" -ness about Business Intelligence development, you will find that it's actually more like a supply chain for manufacturing. It's just that in this case, it happens to be Information instead of physical materials. These next few blog articles will take you step-by-step through a real world process.