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Countdown to Symposium: 30 Ways to Innovate with Information

by Doug Laney  |  September 5, 2014  |  Submit a Comment

The countdown to Gartner Symposium is on! So for each day over the next month in this space you will see a countdown of my favorite ways actual organizations are transforming business processes and inventing new business models and offerings using available information assets, big data and analytics. Don’t just be impressed, be inspired!  How can you adapt and adopt these ideas for your own business?

#1 Here’s a great example of sophisticated text analytics outperforming human curators:

03 Wikipedia

Thanks for following this compendium of examples of the art of the possible with information. We have compiled several hundred such examples to help inspire and motivate our clients to do bigger and better things with data than just report on it.

Follow me on Twitter @doug_laney and learn more about Gartner’s Information Innovation research initiative.  And if you would like your company’s or customer’s innovative use of information featured in our library of hundreds of examples, contact me via twitter. 

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Doug Laney
VP and Distinguished Analyst, Data & Analytics Strategy
12 years at Gartner
30 years in IT industry

Doug Laney is a research vice president and distinguished analyst with Gartner. He advises clients on data and analytics strategy, information innovation, and infonomics (measuring, managing and monetizing information as an actual corporate asset). Follow Doug on Twitter @Doug_Laney...Read Full Bio

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