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The most in demand consultant skills in Australia

Project management, process improvement, data science and analysis, financial modelling and business transformation are the most commonly requested consultancy services in Australia, according to analysis by consulting-on-demand provider Expert360. The company, a marketplace matching one-off consulting projects with pre-screened white collar workers, analysed more than 500 project postings from Australian companies with more than $500 million in annual revenue since the start of the year to find the most commonly requested consultant skills.

The most in demand consultant skills in Australia

Project management, process improvement, data science and analysis, financial modelling and business transformation are the most commonly requested consultancy services in Australia, according to analysis by consulting-on-demand provider Expert360. The company, a marketplace matching one-off consulting projects with pre-screened white collar workers, analysed more than 500 project postings from Australian companies with more than $500 million in annual revenue since the start of the year to find the most commonly requested consultant skills.

The most in demand consultant skills in Australia

Project management, process improvement, data science and analysis, financial modelling and business transformation are the most commonly requested consultancy services in Australia, according to analysis by consulting-on-demand provider Expert360. The company, a marketplace matching one-off consulting projects with pre-screened white collar workers, analysed more than 500 project postings from Australian companies with more than $500 million in annual revenue since the start of the year to find the most commonly requested consultant skills.

The most in demand consultant skills in Australia

Project management, process improvement, data science and analysis, financial modelling and business transformation are the most commonly requested consultancy services in Australia, according to analysis by consulting-on-demand provider Expert360. The company, a marketplace matching one-off consulting projects with pre-screened white collar workers, analysed more than 500 project postings from Australian companies with more than $500 million in annual revenue since the start of the year to find the most commonly requested consultant skills.

MAPPED: Where the working class can’t afford to live

The national conversation in the U.S. is focused squarely on improving the lives of people in the working class. The debate revolves around exactly how to do that. Politicians and pundits have all sorts of ideas, from efforts to save jobs, create tax cuts, subsidize housing, and provide universal healthcare. Thing is, people don’t even agree on how to define the working class, much less how their living conditions stack up across the country.

5 Applications of Predictive Analytics

What’s in a name? For predictive analytics, quite a lot the name tells you the basic premise of what the practice hopes to accomplish. Predictive analytics is about using existing data about past events to put the present in context, and forecast potential future events and how to handle them. In other words, learning to recognize a pattern. If Action A has resulted in Outcome B in 80% of previous scenarios, and Action A is happening now, then there’s a strong chance that Outcome B will follow.

Salesforce and IBM unveil more data integration tools

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This new wave of joint products will bring IBM Weather Insights, as well as IBM Cloud Integration, to Salesforce customers.

Salesforce, IBM deepen partnership with new app integrations

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 Salesforce and IBM are joining forces again as they attempt to deepen the alliance between the two companies. The partnership began last March when they agreed to sell each other’s artificial intelligence products, Watson and Einstein. Today’s announcement is all about data integration. Salesforce will be adding the ability to include IBM weather data in Lightning apps, while IBM… Read More

Oracle steps up IoT game, adds AI, digital twin and enterprise data integration

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Oracle is enhancing its IoT Cloud applications, but sees the secret sauce as the data and automation that's available in its ERP and supply chain systems.

Harnessing the Power of Big Data, Machine Learning, & Predictive Analytics

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Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.” – Arthur C. Clarke The concept of Big Data is here to stay. Furthermore, as technology advances and computing power and computing speed increases, data analysts will be able to improve on the type, caliber, and quality of the statistical information that is derived from the raw data. In other words, data scientists can extract, transform, load (ETL) and analyse large volumes of data from scanned documents, voice recordings, social media, website statistics, as well as telematics.
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