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Solving the data dilemma – see how you fare and take the quiz

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Many marketers face on ongoing dilemma: they understand the benefits that data-driven activity brings, but with so much data available, they don’t know where to begin. Sound familiar? Play our Data Dilemma quiz (below) to see how you are faring with … » Read more…

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Five ways to bring your collections operation into the 21st century blog series 1/5: Data

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In the first of a series of short blogs, aimed at identifying ways you can bring your collections practice into the 21st century, we take a look at how the right data can be extremely useful for the modern day … » Read more…

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The 5 R’s to using BIG data in the retail sector

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Businesses have access to more information than ever before, a trend that shows no signs of slowing. This data has the potential to give businesses a competitive edge and to make a real difference to their overall performance. However, how … » Read more…

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Five Trends in Gaming for 2016

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2015 saw many challenges facing the gaming industry, from increased regulation to a raft of mergers and acquisitions underpinned by changes in player behaviour.  Whilst 2015 saw some amazing advances, 2016 promises to push the boundaries further still.  All underpinned … » Read more…

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Budget 2014: Bingo, beer and big data

Bingo and Beer have grabbed the headlines in this year’s budget speech and the #LetThemEatBingo campaign has caused a minor furore.  George Osborne also used this year’s budget speech to announce funding for big data research via the Alan Turing … » Read more…

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