Deloitte Launches Collaborative Online Community for Business Analytics

Mon Aug 29, 2011 1:00pm EDT

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Deloitte Launches Collaborative Online Community for Business Analytics

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NEW YORK, Aug. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Today Deloitte is launching realanalyticsinsights.com, a social media website for industry insiders to offer analytic insights, share knowledge and best practices, and problem resolution. Updated regularly, the website is designed to foster a collaborative environment connecting specialists, clients, researchers, academics, media and other interested parties.

"The objective in developing this online community is to learn and share market insights and perspectives on the value and capabilities of analytics to the marketplace with the ultimate goal of solving tough, 'crunchy' vexing problems," says John Lucker, principal, Deloitte Consulting LLP. "That's what organizations want and need, but it must be brought to life more effectively and done with a sharp focus on the specific demands and nuances of individual industry sectors."

Long known and respected for its analytics-related services and solutions, Deloitte supports clients in such areas as business intelligence, forensic and regulatory investigations, performance management, advanced analytics, data mining and predictive modeling, data visualization and data management. This analytics online community is an integral part of Deloitte's strategy to bring the latest developments and insights in the rapidly expanding area of analytics to clients and other stakeholders.

Join Deloitte's analytics community at www.realanalyticsinsights.com.

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