StatSoft has been a part of Dell for several months, and this is a good opportunity to gauge the fit.
If you’ve followed Statistica, you’ll be glad to know that we’ve retained the Statistica brand, and we’re in Quest’s Information Management portfolio under Business Intelligence (BI), alongside Toad BI Suite, Boomi and Kitenga.
If you’re not yet familiar with Statistica, I’ll explain why that’s such a good place for us to be.
Once you’ve collected enough data, you’ll want to do three things with it: mine it, visualize it and use it to predict the future. Advanced analytic tools are in use across all industries and business functions. Advanced analytics allow you to:
Statistica is known for enabling its customers to find patterns in huge amounts of data and make decisions based on those patterns. As Gregory Piatetsky of the KDnuggets site pointed out, Statistica rounds out Dell’s portfolio of information management tools, as depicted in the image below.
As a part of the Information Management product portfolio, Statistica gives Dell competitive advantages in emerging areas of advanced analytics. Thomas Hill, Ph.D., executive director of analytics for Statistica, talked about several of those areas in a KDnuggets interview:
That’s the big picture for big data as Statistica continues growing inside Dell. Find out more about Quest Statistica.