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Data analytics provider Tableau Software has bounced back from its troubled summer to record return to its impressive financial performance, with its latest quarterly update seeing another set of eye-popping figures to...
IBM has launched a platform for marketers to connect disparate data and mapping behaviours and preferences, under its Marketing Cloud suite of software products. Dubbed the Universal Behaviour Exchange, IBM claims the...
Teradata is stepping up its assault on the big data market - and in particular the Internet of Things - with the launch of two software products designed to simplify the process of integrating and analysing complex...
Bosses at marketing software giant SAP are reaping the benefits of a surge in cloud services take-up after revealing preliminary third-quarter revenues of €4.9bn (£3.6bn) and an operating profit of €1.62bn (£1.2bn). The...
Amazon is aiming to muscle in on the data analytics market by taking on the likes of IBM, Microsoft and even new entrants Tableau, with the launch of a business intelligence service called QuickSight, a platform that...
eBay Enterprise, the company which advises over 500 brands on optimising their digital marketing strategies, is launching a new tool which enables members of its affiliate network to drive traffic and sales through...
Small businesses which have been reluctant to embrace data and analytics by the potentially huge costs involved are being targeting by a new an intelligent mobile technology that automatically identifies and implements...
Marketing cloud company Emarsys has set its sights on a major expansion drive after sealing a $33m (£21m) equity investment from San Francisco-based Vector Capital.   Marketing the first institutional funding received...
The latest release by Alteryx of its data blending and analytics software, version 10, marks a significant expansion of the data footprint it is capable of accessing, combined with major enhancements to the user...
IBM has created two new business units dedicated to the burgeoning market for the Internet of Things (IoT) and the education sector, drafting in former Thomas Cook Group boss Harriet Green to head them both. The launch...

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