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by Olaf Domis Sep 26, 2014
In 2013, consumers spent $1.96 billion online with U.S. retailers on Black Friday, representing an 18.5% increase over 2012. In this webcast, learn how Target, one of the nation’s largest retailers, planned for... Read more
In this webcast, learn how Target, one of the nation’s largest retailers, planned for Black Friday—their biggest API event of the year.  Last year, consumers spent $1.96 billion online with U.S. retailers on Black Friday, representing an 18.5% increase over 2012. Read more...
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by Olaf Domis Jul 17, 2014
Customer expectations for relevant and individualized experiences are evolving at breakneck speed. This has enterprises working furiously to build data infrastructure to collect and store data. But this is only the... Read more
In this webcast, Apigee’s Abhi Rele and Alan Ho discuss the market dynamics of predictive analytics and big data and the key capabilities needed to deliver the adaptive apps and APIs every business needs to remain relevant and be competitive. Read more...
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by Kumar Srivastava Jul 14, 2014
Everyone and everything seems to be vying for customers’ attention these days.  Attracting and keeping the interest of existing customers—let alone acquiring new ones—is tricky for most enterprises. Modern... Read more
A powerful way to aid enterprises in the search for new ways to engage and retain customers is cross-enterprise “customer sharing” via symbiotic digital partnerships. Enterprises have long tried to cross sell new products and services to existing customers. But they can now extend these tactics through digital partnerships with other enterprises with the use of big data analysis.
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by Abhi Rele Jul 09, 2014
Businesses have traditionally relied exclusively on structured data—the type that fits neatly in rows and columns—to make business decisions. For example, in a traditional database, a company might look at  the first 12... Read more
Businesses have traditionally relied exclusively on structured data—the type that fits neatly in rows and columns—to make business decisions. But “unstructured data”—the kind that doesn’t fit within a traditional relational or row-column database—can be an equally important source of business insight. The catch, however, is that it’s far harder to plumb.
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