How can data analytics be used in finance?
Thanks to technology, information is stored in mass quantities and ready to be analyzed. In many cases, business leader and finance professionals our overwhelmed with the amount of information available and critical data can be overlooked. Make sure that you have all of the details available before making decisions for your company. There are three different methods of using data analytics in finance - descriptive, predictive and prescriptive. While the names are fairly self-explanatory each method has its own factors to that consider and this video describes each method and how it can help you with your company's financial decisions.
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