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Despite a significant amount of investment into analytics programs, many of which are enjoying decent returns, older companies burdened by legacy processes are failing to unlock the true power of analytics.
The holy grail — applying analytics to create harmonious and continuous improvement in operational efficiency across all business functions — is frustratingly out of reach.
In an interview with Techerati, Jens Winterberg, Global Analytics & Innovation Manager at Nestlé, put forward his two cents about why older companies struggle to capitalise on data’s possibilities.
Storage specialist Cloudian is spinning out a new Japan-based subsidiary dedicated to large-scale analytics and AI processing at the edge.
Dubbed, Edgematrix the new company is a majority-owned subsidiary led by Hiroshi Ohta, Cloudian co-founder. The spinoff has raised $9 million in Series A funding from strategic investors NTT DOCOMO, Inc., SHIMIZU CORPORATION and Japan Post Capital Co., Ltd. as well as Cloudian CEO and co-founder Michael Tso and Cloudian board director Jonathan Epstein.
To transform Bacardi into something sellable in upmarket Cuban taverns, founder Facundo Bacardí Masso had to “tame” the sugary spirit by filtering it through charcoal and ageing it in white oaked barrels. Fast forward to the age of data, and Bacardi has returned to its origins, taming and refining its data supplies to enable better decision making across the company.