Deloitte

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Deloitte Analytics is the global provider of analytics services and solutions that are focused on delivering stronger business outcomes – not just insights. We help clients achieve the insight advantage with a science-based approach, delivered by professionals who bring deep industry- and issue-focused experience to every engagement. 

Deloitte provides industry-leading audit, consulting, tax, and advisory services to 80 percent of the Fortune 500. We work across more than 20 industry sectors to deliver measurable and lasting results, inspire clients to make challenging business decisions with confidence, and help lead the way toward a stronger economy and a healthy society. For more information, visit Deloitte's U.S. website.


Paul RomaChief Analytics Officer at Deloitte Consulting, LLP, is a Cognitive World Columnist (view Luminaries & Thought Leaders).

Read Paul's articles:
Cognitive Computing: Five "I wish I would haves" to Avoid
Time to move: From interest to adoption of cognitive technology



Deloitte Cognitive Automation Banking
 

 

Deloitte Cognitive Automation Life Sciences
 

 

Competitive Advantage:
We are Deloitte Analytics. We believe that if you want to achieve stronger business outcomes, you need smarter insights to guide your decision making.

Analytics is at its best when it is providing practical insights to inform your approach to the real business challenges you encounter every day – fast. The insight advantage isn’t just a good idea. It’s a practical framework for achieving powerful business outcomes. Driven by business needs and issues, it delivers.

Deloitte Analytics integrates cognitive technologies, which provide an important pathway from insight to action. Adding this layer of cognitive capabilities—including robotics and cognitive automation, cognitive insights, and cognitive engagement—operationalizes the insights produced through analytics approaches.

In working with world leaders in business analytics, including 80% of the Fortune 500, we identified four cornerstones of effective analytics initiatives:
• Industry-specific
• Data-powered
• Science-guided
• Platform-enabled

Clients expect more from their work with Deloitte Analytics—and we deliver through:
• Experienced professionals who bring industry-specific insights to every engagement
• An approach rooted in cross-discipline analytics science, propelled by business needs.
• A powerful analytics platform and solutions to simplify the analytics ecosystem—and to deliver instant access to the latest technologies.
Favorite Quote:
“Computing capabilities are unbelievably strong today. There’s a greater discipline in algorithms than we’ve ever seen. Put it all together, and you realize that whatever we’ve done in cognitive computing today will soon be considered quaint early indicators of the seismic changes that follow. We are heading down an exponential change curve….the implications of getting it wrong, or simply not getting on board fast enough, could be serious.”
-- Paul Roma, US Deloitte Analytics Leader, Deloitte Consulting LLP
Summary of Best Use Cases:

Business analytics case studies  |  Insight advantage in action

Want to know whether the insight advantage in action is real or not? Just ask our clients. They know the difference between garden-variety analytics insights and those that directly influence business outcomes. Here are a few real-life examples.

Algorithmic selling takes off...

Faster, granular, connected ~ local in-store insights fuel growth

A global food and beverage giant recognized the opportunity for a new, more effective sales approach to help retailers move more of its products off the shelves on a store–by–store basis. For years, consumer product manufacturers had relied on national planning of trade tactics with light audit procedures to ensure proper merchandising and execution. Instead, the company wanted to pursue a novel approach that pushes win-win sales opportunities tailored for each and every store.

The company's recipe blended big data, data science, and digital technology to identify hyper–localized sales opportunities. These opportunities were shared with local sales teams through intuitive user experiences on tablets, which improved mobility and adoption. The innovative solution is an algorithmic way of selling that helps take away the guesswork, is more granular, and far less time intensive to prepare. Results indicate that this locally–focused, fact–based strategy is highly effective at driving incremental sales. It's a primary example of the adage "think global, act local" as selling gets instantly store–specific.

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2017 Events
Dbriefs webcast: M&A due diligence: The transformative role of data analytics, February 22
Webinar: Society in the loop artificial intelligence: Autonomous vehicles and beyond, March 15
Dbriefs webcast: Controllership in the digital era: Disruptive technologies lead the way, March 20
Analytics 2017: The INFORMS Conference on Business Analytics and Operations Research, April 2-4, Las Vegas
Dbriefs webcast: People analytics: Actionable insights are the new mandate, April 12
National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies—Personal lines seminar, April 24-26, Chicago
Informatica 2017, May 15-18, San Francisco
Qonnections 2017, May 15-18, Orlando

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Advisory
Algorithms that Learn and Adapt
Artificial Intelligence
Big Data Analytics
Chatbots
Cloud Computing
Cognitive Computing
Columnist at Cognitive World
Computer Vision / Image Recognition (Applications)
Cybersecurity
Data Science & Engineering
Emotional Intelligence
Federal
FORTUNE 1000
GLOBAL 2000
Intelligent Agents (Primary)
Intelligent Decision Support
Internet of Things
Leadership at the Intersection of Business and Technology
Management Consulting
Machine Learning
Natural Language Processing (General)
Neural Networks (Primary)
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Pattern Recognition
Reasoning and Decision Automation
Semantic Understanding
Sophisticated Pattern Recognition
Spatial and Contextual Awareness
Speech Recognition
Thought Leader
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Vision-based Sensing and Image Recognition