Predictive Analytics (on request)

Your data and our expertise come together to generate impactful predictive analytics.  Deployed online or on premise, predictive algorithms generally come in two flavors.  One is "big picture" oriented for executives who need to see internal and external information in new ways to make decisions about allocating resources, anticipating markets or outsmarting competitors.  The other is in operations, where predictive analytics finds improvements in costs, production, efficiencies, safety, efficacy, etc.  Improvements here multiplied by millions of transactions add up to real money.

Technology Sequence Analysis (TSA)

Technology Sequence Analysis allows users to simulate the development of future technologies by looking at the development of its sub-components.  Based on research and expert opinion, the simulation runs 1000's of times to find the pathways to success for a product based on how fast a technology will take to leave the lab and enter a market, look into the trade offs in terms of cost and performance and more. 

This simplistic TSA is for an advanced battery charger.  It relies on 2 sub-components - a system to provide fuel and a system to generate energy from the fuel.  The fuel system in turn could be accomplished through compressed gas or a solid fuel.  Likewise energy generation could be done through combustion or through chemical processes.  Real TSA's are far more complex and thus a simulation shows optimal, shortest and most impactful pathways.  

This simplistic TSA is for an advanced battery charger.  It relies on 2 sub-components - a system to provide fuel and a system to generate energy from the fuel.  The fuel system in turn could be accomplished through compressed gas or a solid fuel.  Likewise energy generation could be done through combustion or through chemical processes.  Real TSA's are far more complex and thus a simulation shows optimal, shortest and most impactful pathways.  

Trend Impact Analysis (TIA)

This Big Data technique looks at disruptive events often missing from market forecasts but are typically the culprit for proving most experts wrong as the future unfolds. Like TSA, the TIA is run a simulation and a range of market forecast outcomes are the result. 

From there a user can ask questions of the simulation like "In 2018 what are the chances market demand be above 300 million units?"  The simulation might answer 82%.  This a strong result in which to make resource allocation and competitive plans.  It is also a far cry from research reports which give you a single point forecast and no confidence measure in the prognostication.   

The TIA forecast shown here, for example so a far greater upside relative to the historical or 'expert' forecast.  Thorough planning in terms of product development, market sizing, supply chain logistics and competition can rely on this richer look at how markets are likely to development over time and gain an advantage.

The TIA forecast shown here, for example so a far greater upside relative to the historical or 'expert' forecast.  Thorough planning in terms of product development, market sizing, supply chain logistics and competition can rely on this richer look at how markets are likely to development over time and gain an advantage.