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The Difficulty in Defining Artificial Intelligence

AI is one of the most widely talked about yet poorly understood terms in organizations. While over 50% of organizations considered AI a priority in 2019, 77% of organizations are failing to successfully adopt AI-enabled solutions. Having a poor definition

The Power of One – Manufacturing Innovation and the IIoT

You’ve started collecting some simple data in your plant and the missed opportunities are both frustrating and exciting. Your mind is racing with improvement opportunities here, optimizations there, and a huge profit at the end of the rainbow (followed by

Pandata Case Study – Midwest Industrial Supply

Midwest Industrial Supply Case Study – September 26, 2018 Midwest Industrial Supply specializes in environmentally friendly dust control applications, operating out of a series of regional satellite offices. When pricing a new spray opportunity, the sales team is incentivized to

Data Shaming: A Cautionary Tale for the Sales Organization

A large sales organization recently implemented an analytics strategy, with one of their critical metrics being lead conversion. The target number was set and reporting tools were put in place. Each sales team was scored on this metric, and the

Using Data Science to Find Your Favorite Pint

Like any startup, we here at Pandata love doing team happy hours at our local watering holes. And like any residents of Cleveland – we have massive amounts of city pride. So when Nicole asked me where we should go

What is Data Science and Why Do You Need It?

The data revolution of the 2010’s is very similar to the IT revolution of the 1990’s. Just as the workforce required more computer literate professionals in the 90’s, today’s workforce increasingly calls for professionals that are comfortable making informed decisions