Heard on the Street – 8/1/22
August 1, 2022
Location data is increasingly being used by companies to enhance business operations—from advertising to market research, financial services to supply chain risk management, and more. Reflecting true human mobility in the physical world, this type of data powers solutions for organizations across a wide range of industries that need to understand how people, products, and materials move throughout the world.The Game-Changing Power of Location Intelligence for the Data-Driven Enterprise.
Commentary by Jeff White, CEO of Gravy Analytics
Inflation, supply chain shortages and general market volatility have put salespeople in a historically difficult position. They have been the “bearer of bad news,” if you will, from everything from limited product availability to repeated price increases. In most cases, sales teams aren’t provided with the context.
Boosting the Sales Teams’ Confidence with Price Optimization.
Commentary by Zilliant Senior Vice President of Products & Science Pete Eppele
As enterprises continue to add new applications and collect even more data, many are adopting edge computing strategies, allowing them to put real-time information in distant locations without compromising speed and accuracy. Edge computing brings more unstructured data into play, which can compound challenges.
Living on the Edge: Putting Real-Time Data In The Hands Of Anyone, Anywhere Through Modern MDM.
Commentary by Manish Sood, Founder & CTO, Reltio