IIA Analytics 3.0 Framework: The Era of Impact

Analytics 3.0 represents a new phase in the evolution of enterprise adoption of business analytics, bringing together Analytics 1.0 - Traditional analytics and Analytics 2.0 - Big Data analytics.

Portland, Ore., (PRWEB) March 27, 2013. The International Institute for Analytics (IIA), the leading research firm focused exclusively on serving the business analytics industry, introduces its new Analytics 3.0 research and management framework as part of ongoing work guiding enterprise clients in building and sustaining their analytics programs.

Analytics 3.0Analytics 3.0 represents a new phase in the evolution of enterprise adoption of business analytics. This new phase builds off of and brings together the two prior phases:

  • Analytics 1.0 - Traditional analytics
  • Analytics 2.0 - Big Data analytics

With the emergence and rapid growth of new technology infrastructures, cloud, mobility and analytic software, the Analytics 3.0 era will enable companies to act with speed and agility in order to dramatically impact their business in ways never thought possible.

Analytics 3.0 is all about "The Era of Impact" asserts Tom Davenport, best-selling author of Competing on Analytics, Research Director of IIA and visiting professor at Harvard Business School. "Combining the best of Analytics 1.0 and 2.0, Analytics 3.0 provides powerful answers and rapid insights to increasingly complex business problems as well as uncovering new business opportunities."

For more information about the Analytics 3.0 framework, visit iianalytics.com/a3. You can also learn more by attending IIA CEO, Jack Phillips webcast "Analytics 3.0-The Era of Impact" on Wednesday, April 10, 2013. In addition, Analytics 3.0 will be featured on the agenda of IIA's 2nd annual Chief Analytics Officer Summit in Chicago, IL June 18-19, 2013. For more information about the CAO Summit, visit caosummit.com

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