Relational Solutions Blog

Analytics as a Service - Opening the Gateway to Insights

Posted by Karen Kurtzweil on Fri, Jul 22, 2016 @ 01:33 PM

It's no secret that data scientists and analysts are in demand. For the thousands of companies looking to hire a data scientist, the line of requests is growing faster than the new ride at any amusement park.  A quick search on LinkedIn or Monster returns thousands of job postings seeking highly skilled data scientists across enterprises worldwide.  After being labeled "the sexiest job of the 21st century" by Thomas H. Davenport and D.J. Patil in their Harvard Business Review article 2012, all eyes are focused on this highly coveted position. Unfortunately, there are not nearly enough trained experts to go around and the talent gap widens.

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Big Data, analytics

Relational Solutions Receives CGT 2016 Readers Choice Award

Posted by Janet Dorenkott on Mon, Feb 8, 2016 @ 03:42 PM


Once again readers rank POSmart Enterprise DSR as having made a significant impact for Consumer Goods Manufactures. We are pleased to be named one of Consumer Goods Technology “Demand Data Analytics" Award winners.

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Demand Signal Repository, CPG

Relational Solutions Turns 20! Happy Birthday!

Posted by Janet Dorenkott on Mon, Jan 4, 2016 @ 01:11 PM

In 1996, Mark Zuckerberg was 11 years old. HTTP was officially introduced. Ask.com was created. Netgear, Cyberlink, Qwest and Good Technologies were introduced. Hotmail was introduced. Myspace.com came online. Google was developed. Sony introduced VAIO. The 1st Java Development Kit was released. HTTP was officially introduced. Corel acquired WordPerfect & Quattro Pro from Novel. And Relational Solutions was born!

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Data Warehousing, data integration, ETL

Before Big Data, IoT & Omnichannel

Posted by Janet Dorenkott on Mon, Aug 17, 2015 @ 09:07 PM

Before the terms, big data, unstructured data, omnichannel, Iot, Internet of Things & SOMOLO were coined, we had mainframes, ERP systems and data warehouses (and by the way, we still do). You could make the claim that big data started in the 1950’s with IBM’s “Big Iron” and “Big Data Processing” to handle mixed work-loads.

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Big Data, Data Warehousing