Business Analytics: Where are the analysts?

Analytics is of little use without the necessary people to understand its output. Leslie Faughnan reports.

3rd March, 2013
Paul Pierotti, Accenture. Photo: John T Ohle

Analytics needs analysts, in the view of Accenture's Paul Pierotti. Based in Dublin, he is one of Accenture's leading analytics experts and the UK and Ireland lead for its public sector and health analytics. "The entire business world globally is now placing analytics at the heart of decision-making and business processes. Most organisations see enormous potential for automated decision-making at high speed, from financial risk management to logistics and supply chains."

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