Today, the insights available through qbig dataq are potentially limitless a ranging from improved product recommendations and more well-targeted promotions to more efficient public agencies. In Profiting From the Data Economy , cutting-edge academic researcher, David Schweidel, considers the role that individual consumers, innovators and government will play in shaping tomorrow's data economy. For each group, the author identifies both what can be gained and what is at stake. Writing for decision-makers, strategists, and stakeholders of all kinds, he reveals how today's data explosion will affect consumers' relationships with businesses, and the roles government may play in the process. The book puts you in the shoes of individuals generating data, innovators seeking to capitalize on it, and regulators seeking to protect consumers a and shows how all these roles will be increasingly interconnected in the future. For analytics executives; senior managers; CIOs, CEOs, CMOs; marketing specialists, and analysts; and consultants involved with Big Data, marketing, customer privacy, or related issues. This guide will also be valuable in many business analytics, digital marketing, and social media courses and academic programs.No organizations have done this better than some of todaya#39;s most popular Internet-based businesses. ... In addition to being a retailer, it has branched out into offering hardware with its Kindle e-reader and now the Kindle Fire line of tablets and its own smartphone, which some have ... 10 On top of the consumer offerings on which wea#39;ll focus our discussion, Amazon also offers cloud computing resources.
|Title||:||Profiting from the Data Economy|
|Author||:||David A. Schweidel|
|Publisher||:||Pearson Education - 2014-10-06|