Selecting the Best Text Analytics Software and Interview with OdinText Founder Tom H. C. Anderson
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October 22nd, 2014 · No Comments
Tags: Anderson Analytics · Next Generation Text Analytics · Odin Text · OdinText · Sentiment Analysis · Text Analysis · Text Analytics · Text Analytics News · Text Analytics Software · Tom H. C. Anderson · text mining · tomhcanderson
September 3rd, 2014 · No Comments
New to Text Analytics?
You can download the free whitepaper here
Some of the issues covered include:
• 6 lessons for CIOs and CMOs who are new to text analytics
• Identifying KPIs for your text analytics initiatives
• Barriers to adoption and how to overcome them
Big thanks to the following contributors:
• Mark Pitts, Vice President, Enterprise Informatics, Data & Analytics at Highmark Health
• Farouk Ferchichi, Executive Director at Toyota Financial Services
• Matthew P.T. Ruttley, Manager of Data Science at Mozilla Corporation
• Ramkumar Ravichandran, Director, Analytics at Visa
August 5th, 2014 · 1 Comment
Mr. Big Data & Mr. Text Analytics Weigh In
Structured VS. Unstructured Big Data. A Text Analytics News Exclusive Interview
July 24th, 2014 · No Comments
[Reposted from OdinText Text Analytics Blog]
An American Marketing Association case study on text analytics
Disney has been leveraging OdinText Analytics to understand and prioritize voice of the customer comments and improve guest satisfaction. There are many questions that can be answered only through Next Generation Text Analytics. The American Marketing Association will be publishing an OdinText case [...]
February 23rd, 2014 · No Comments
As you can tell we here at Anderson Analytics – OdinText are nearly as serious about our Hockey as we are about Text Analytics. That’s why the entire team here would like to take this opportunity to congratulate this year’s Olympic Hockey winners.
All three teams proved that what is true in business is also be true in sports. The larger they are the harder they fall. Today, skill agility and persistence is far more important than size.