Posts Tagged ‘operational intelligence’

Vinnie Mirchendani blogged today about how GE are using essentially BAM on their leased turbines to predict downtime and then share cost savings with their customers. The original came from Booz, Allen. http://dealarchitect.typepad.com/deal_architect/2008/02/ge-siemens-and.html This is such a great product of operational intelligence. Vinnie mentions how it could be done for outsourcers – coming up with […]


There has been an argument over the past few years about real-time vs right-time data amongst vendors and analysts, who approach the question from the feasibility of technology, talking about ‘federated databases’ real-time ETL. real-time purchase history. For techies these are valid questions and interesting arguments. But, if the data doesn’t reach the point of […]