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The Art of Conversation and the Science of Service

The frequent launch of a variety of products across emerging customer segments has led to the proliferation of a number of devices and equipment. With increasing customer expectations and the ease in which complaints can be lodged and enquiries sought online, there is a surge in synchronous and asynchronous conversation. Consequently, we see product manufacturers and OEMs competing to provide higher quality of customer service. The first step in addressing customer needs is to converse, engage…See More
Dec 6, 2013
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The Trickiness of forecasting rainfall

Believing  in the weather guy  to keep the golf course dry ? Forecasting rainfall could be tricky ..Forecasting rainfall, and at a broader level, forecasting the weather is a problem fraught with challenges. Around the world, various initiatives, such as, Deep Thunder by IBM and Named Peril by Climate Corporation, have been undertaken to address this challenge. In India, the Indian Meteorology Department and the Centre for Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation have developed several…See More
Oct 10, 2013
Somjit Amrit posted a blog post

The Trickiness of forecasting rainfall

Believing  in the weather guy  to keep the golf course dry ? Forecasting rainfall could be tricky ..Forecasting rainfall, and at a broader level, forecasting the weather is a problem fraught with challenges. Around the world, various initiatives, such as, Deep Thunder by IBM and Named Peril by Climate Corporation, have been undertaken to address this challenge. In India, the Indian Meteorology Department and the Centre for Mathematical Modeling and Computer Simulation have developed several…See More
Oct 6, 2013
Somjit Amrit's blog post was featured

Do the maverick mavens need managers?

Do the maverick mavens need managers?The McKinsey and company report “Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity” (May 2011) is a well publicized and circulated one on the internet .The report projected that the demand for deep analytical positions in a big data world in the United States could exceed the supply based on the trends seen ( in 2011) , by 140,000 to 190,000 positions. While this was widely referred to , in various reports, what intrigued me was the…See More
Sep 23, 2013
Wayne G. Fischer, PhD commented on Somjit Amrit's blog post Do not stifle the questions visualized data raises!
"Perhaps. But I think it is more clear (and more useful in thinking about and doing analyses) to say effective graphical analysis of data *reveals* the patterns, structures, etc. (the information) rather than "interprets" or "gives…"
Sep 20, 2013
Somjit Amrit commented on Somjit Amrit's blog post Do not stifle the questions visualized data raises!
"Wayne , Let me clarify the difference between "interpretation of data" and "interpretation of results". While "interpretation of results", means understanding the results of visualization/analysis in the specific…"
Sep 19, 2013
Wayne G. Fischer, PhD commented on Somjit Amrit's blog post Do not stifle the questions visualized data raises!
"I must politely, but firmly, disagree on your first two points.  Neither data visualization, nor numerical analyses of data, can ever provide *interpretation* of the data (and I think you mean "interpretation of the results"...from…"
Sep 18, 2013
Somjit Amrit posted a blog post

Do not stifle the questions visualized data raises!

Extracting meaningful insights from data to address business needs has benefited immensely from the availability of data visualization  tools that have  data more approachable. Today the proliferation of off-the-shelf tools, which are easy to learn and are web enabled, have democratized the way data is presented and consumed. Tools like Spotfire, Tableau, Qikview have helped breathe life into data. They provide a professional look and feel and give an inherent feel of fidelity of the data that…See More
Sep 16, 2013

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Somjit Amrit's Blog

The Art of Conversation and the Science of Service

Posted on December 5, 2013 at 11:59pm 0 Comments

The frequent launch of a variety of products across emerging customer segments has led to the proliferation of a number of devices and equipment. With increasing customer expectations and the ease in which complaints can be lodged and enquiries sought online, there is a surge in synchronous and asynchronous conversation. Consequently, we see product manufacturers and OEMs competing to provide higher quality of customer service. The first step in addressing customer needs is to converse,…

Continue

The Trickiness of forecasting rainfall

Posted on October 6, 2013 at 9:26pm 0 Comments

Believing  in the weather guy  to keep the golf course dry ? Forecasting rainfall could be tricky ..

Forecasting rainfall, and at a broader level, forecasting the weather is a problem fraught with challenges. Around the world, various initiatives, such as, Deep Thunder by IBM and Named Peril by Climate Corporation, have been undertaken to address this challenge. In India, the Indian Meteorology Department and the Centre for Mathematical Modeling and Computer…

Continue

Do the maverick mavens need managers?

Posted on September 23, 2013 at 1:53am 0 Comments

Do the maverick mavens need managers?

The McKinsey and company report “Big data: The next frontier for innovation, competition and productivity” (May 2011) is a well publicized and circulated one on the internet .

The report projected that the demand for deep analytical positions in a big data world in the United States could exceed the supply based on the trends seen ( in 2011) , by 140,000 to 190,000 positions. While this was…

Continue

Do not stifle the questions visualized data raises!

Posted on September 16, 2013 at 7:53pm 3 Comments

Extracting meaningful insights from data to address business needs has benefited immensely from the availability of data visualization  tools that have  data more approachable. Today the proliferation of off-the-shelf tools, which are easy to learn and are web enabled, have democratized the way data is presented and consumed. Tools like Spotfire, Tableau, Qikview have helped breathe life into data. They provide a professional look and feel and give an inherent feel of fidelity of the data…

Continue

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