Monthly Archives: June 2012
Often, we come across scenarios where we have to measure a particular KPI at a specific point in time, and also look at how the metric is performing against some other related metric.
There are tons of things we can do with data. This is the first in a series of posts on what we can do with publicly available data and share some simple tricks with examples using Excel. (I do endorse … Continue reading
Let me start with an old story about a woodcutter. A long time ago there was a woodcutter who landed a job which required him to fell eight trees a day. He bought a sharp axe, and set off into … Continue reading
“We have built out-of-the-box products that help banks establish a strong decision enablement system”
Over the last 12-18 months, we have seen a lot of focus by NASSCOM on emerging markets, and this is a very good thing. However, we need to identify the opportunities and connect with the right bodies there.