Making the right business decision is never easy – but Marlabs Data Science can help you do it better, faster, and more insightfully than ever before. We focus on developing practical, powerful, easy-to-adapt advanced analytic techniques for your business, and applying them against today’s massive data flows. The result: never-before-available insights and intelligence for better business decisions.
Marlabs helps enterprises achieve a ‘Single Version of Truth’ to enhance business processes by incorporating information strategy, data architecture and governance. We provide consultation in: Data Assessment, Technology and Platform Evaluation, Roadmap Definition Performance Optimization, Data Governance and Big Data Consulting.
We also offer services in: Data Integration, Data Migration, Data Modeling, Data Quality, MDM, Data Warehousing, ETL Support & Maintenance and Big Data Deployment & Implementation.
We monitor, diagnose and improve business performance with the right data and KPIs and enable data-driven decision making. We provide consultation in: KPI Definition, Domain Consulting, Analysis and Bench marking, What-if Modelling, Root Cause Analysis and Technology Consulting.
We also offer services in: Data Modeling, Reporting, KPI definitions, Score Cards, Planning & Forecasting Self Service BI, Big Data Visualization, Real time Visualization and Infographics. Our Accelerators and IPs include narratives for Tableau, PowerBI, and QlikSense.
We leverage mAdvisor – an automated machine reasoning platform for large scale data discovery and prediction. We predict business and market scenarios using algorithms and consulting methodologies to proactively address issues and opportunities.
Some of our services include: Customer Analytics, Strategic Analytics, Marketing Analytics, Sales Analytics, IoT Analytics, Operational Analytics, and Web and Social Media Analytics.
We also offer consultation in: Analytics Consulting, Analytics Strategy & Roadmap, CXO Insights, Insights as a Service, Domain Consulting, and Analytics Training with Accelerators like mACE – Analytics for Customer Experience.
We apply deep learning to extract insights from text, image and automate business processes to enhance productivity and achieve scale.
Our niche is in: Deep Learning, Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, Natural Language Generation, Computer Vision and Speech Analytics.
We also offer services in the area of: Automated Machine Reasoning, Chatbots & Virtual Assistants, Social Sentiment Analytics, Pricing Intelligence, Inventory Tracking and Knowledge Management. We leverage mAdvisor – an automated machine reasoning platform for large scale data discovery and prediction.
AI, the endearing buzzword we’re all enduring, prevalent yet perturbing. Can we really go a day without hearing about Artificial Intelligence? Isn’t AI already democratized? So why are so many organizations still confused about what to do, which use cases to select, who are the right partners, where should they focus, when do they start and end, and how do you measure success…
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