AFR - A global study just completed by our Centre for Business Analytics, in partnership with A.T. Kearney, found that humans are critical to how organisations can leverage data to improve their bottom line. The Analytics Impact Index found that companies may see their profits increase as much as 60 per cent when they use data with a clear strategy in mind. That strategy can only come from managers.
Sky News - Australian companies are lagging behind the rest of the world in data analytics, a new study by Melbourne Business School and AT Kearney has found. Professor Ujwal Kayande, researcher at Melbourne's Business School, told Sky News Business that companies can use data to boost profits by a staggering 60 per cent.
CIO - Australian organisations lag behind the rest of the world when it comes to extracting value from their data analytics efforts. The 50 local businesses analysed for a new report by Melbourne Business School and AT Kearney scored lower across the board than their global counterparts in terms of maturity (how developed their analytics capabilities are) and impact (how much value their analytics operations give to the bottom line).
Team Suncorp's winning idea showed how to target vulnerable market segments through public-private partnerships that encourage data sharing, culminating in an app to improve access to mental healthcare.
MBS - Australian companies are falling behind their overseas counterparts in how effectively they use data analytics in business, according to a new global study launched today.
IT Wire - Australian companies are lagging behind the rest of the world, both in their data analytics capabilities and how much value they extract from them, according to a newly published global report.
MBS - Read the full address of Melbourne’s Lord Mayor Sally Capp to the second annual Melbourne Business Analytics Conference on Thursday July 19, 2018.
Business Insider - The Analytics Impact Index report by Melbourne Business School and AT Kearney found that Australian companies were found lagging both in terms of maturity (how developed their analytics capabilities are) and impact (how much value their analytics operations give to the bottom line) compared to the rest of the world.
250 competitors in 50 teams participated in the 2nd annual ‘Business Analytics Datathon’ with $25,000 prize money at Melbourne Business School. Winners announcement and event photos.