CBIG Consulting Reveals a Superior Predictive Analytics Service for the Future

By CIOReview | Friday, February 26, 2016
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CHICAGO, IL: CBIG Consulting announces its breakthrough predictive analytics solution, developed to go beyond one-dimensional assessments of historical data to better predict and plan for future outcomes.

CBIG Consulting, a big data analytics expert has released its latest predictive analytics solutions this week. It is designed for improving the traditional one dimensional appraisal of historical data for an efficient prediction. CBIG is acknowledged by numerous Big Data industry analysts and has constructed its reputation through engineering scalable strategic applications.

“The CBIG Predictive analytics solution responds to client demand for predictive analytics that offer more than just rear view mirror forensics,” asserts John Onder, co-founder, CBIG. “From strategy and data gathering to systems deployment and ongoing management, we wanted our CBIG Predictive analytics solution to include a more strategic link to future success that’s missing from the more traditional forecasting approach.”

The CBIG Predictive is a full life-cycle, sustainable predictive analytics methodology that begins with developing clear strategic goals. Irrespective of whether it meets future revenue objectives or not, it will create more targeted marketing initiatives, explore cost reduction opportunities, and reduce attrition rates.  It is a robust solution that integrates valuable data from many myriad sources, a crucial component in developing more accurate forecasting processes.

“Now you don’t have to limit your future potential by depending solely on restrictive data sources, which can’t tell the full story in a global marketplace,” affirms Onder. “CBIG Predictive is supported by CBIG’s ongoing managed services to help monitor programs and make recommendations outlining future enhancements where iterative learning and incremental enhancements can be achieved, so your business can follow and assess external environmental impacts over time.”