Members lead research agenda to advance the analytics profession and their careers
The Premier Business Leadership Series, LAS VEGAS (Oct. 27, 2010) - Pooling resources and gaining strength in numbers, analytics users are taking research needs into their own hands via the
International Institute for Analytics
A cost-effective way to generate custom research and quick answers, the independent analytics community sprang up as a "safe zone" where analytics professionals join with peers to exchange ideas and generate research that can stimulate organizational growth and competitive advantage. In its first year, the group is enjoying a rapid influx of international members bringing fresh ideas and questions.
"The ability to anticipate the future--to be prepared for and influence outcomes--is one of today's crucial competitive advantages," said Anne Milley, Senior Director of Analytics Strategy at SAS. "Organizations that succeed are those that develop and implement strategies turning data into more informed decisions. IIA provides a valuable service to help organizations be more successful in their analytic endeavors."
IIA brings together the world's leading analytics practitioners and researchers to provide unique insights to both business and IT leaders on the most current research findings and industry best practices.
Members shape the research agenda and share best practices with the world's leading analytics community. Member-only briefings and summary papers illuminate analytical solutions for pressing issues. Unique value to members is undergirded by IIA's:
- Proprietary database of research, discussions and other resources.
- Ground-breaking research driven by member interactions.
- Exclusive analytics faculty.