The “Now” Healthcare Innovation

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CTI Healthcare blog series: A Prescription for Improving Patient and Institutional Financial Wellbeing The “Now” Healthcare Innovation Part 3 of 5. The business of healthcare is a mess. Observe the deep-rooted dual challenges of escalating costs coupled with deteriorating health – it’s an unsustainable paradox not only for the healthcare industry but for society in

What Can Fundraisers Learn from Sales Data Science?

For the past few years we’ve worked closely with Higher Education Institutions on applying data analytics to optimize student admissions, financial aid, student retention and academic outcomes. We recognized from the onset that this student “lifecycle” has a straight progression to an alumni lifecycle which has a critical goal of fostering school loyalty and giving.

Graph Databases Not All Hype

At least that’s what I thought when I first starting hearing about graph database technology. I’m a business person, not a database expert.  Our business is simply stated, delivering high value insights for the enterprise through analytics.  So, when our CTO, Kurt Rosenfeld, explained to me what “what is possible” with graph databases I knew

The Importance of Analytics to Cybersecurity

In part 5 of 6 Vlogs, CTI’s Director of Cybersecurity, Ben Thurston makes the connection between cybersecurity monitoring and analytics. Ben explains the importance of analytics in gathering data and information from multiple security sources to provide insight into what is going on from a security/risk posture. Security analytics, like the CTI CustomerUniverse, collects information

CTI CustomerUniverse: Insights and Analytics

In this part 4 of 6 video blogs, Mark Janowicz, Product Director of CTI CustomerUniverse explains how CTI provides marketers with insights and analytics to help complete the 360-degree view of the customer. Touching on the unique attributes of the CTI CustomerUniverse; Mark discusses how customer insights and analytics allow Marketers to review behaviors as

CTI CustomerUniverse: Getting to a 360-Degree View of the Customer

In this part 3 of 6 video blog series: Mark Janowicz, Product Director of CTI CustomerUniverse explains how CTI provides marketers with a complete 360-degree view of the customer. Touching on the unique attributes of the CTI CustomerUniverse; Mark discusses how the collecting, combining and visualization of a number of marketing metrics from customer analytics

CTI CustomerUniverse: Data Integration is Key to Marketing Success

In this part 2 of 6 view blog series: In a recent survey conducted by CTI, marketers listed data integration as the number one obstacle to their ability to arrive at a single, trusted and complete 360-degree analytical view of their customers. In his latest video blog, CTI CustomerUniverse Product Director, Mark Janowicz talks about

Rethinking HR Performance in the world of Cloud and Workday

I’ve been in the Data Analytics space for a long time and over the years I’ve worked on numerous HR “reporting, dash-boarding, and data warehouse projects.”  Actually,  I am in the process of wrapping up a 6 month project that integrates analytics into a Workday environment. Just to level set, Workday, is highly regarded as

Are You and Your Data Ready for NYCRR 500 Regulations

On March 1st, 2017, the New York State Department of Financial Services put into effect new cyber security requirements of its ‘covered entities’. Those entities include banks, trusts, budget planners, check cashers, credit unions, money transmitters, licensed lenders, mortgage brokers or bankers, and insurance companies that do business in New York. Here is a quick

How the Student Lifecycle Met LCME Big Data

The Liaison Committee on Medical Education (LCME) accreditation process for medical schools within the United State and Canada is a very intensive and time consuming process. As it should be, given the goal of these schools is to turn out some of the best medical professionals in the world.  One could argue that the LCME