WALLDORF — SAP SE (NYSE: SAP) today announced that Dresner Advisory Services has ranked SAP in first place in its Advanced and Predictive Analytics Market Study for the second consecutive year.
The annual report, which is in its third edition, examines the evolving end-user perceptions and plans for advanced and predictive analytics software. This includes statistics, modeling, machine learning and data mining used to analyze facts and make predictions about future or otherwise unknown events.
Ratings are based on advanced and predictive features, data preparation, usability, scalability and integration. The report includes a breakdown of current and intended deployment patterns of end-user respondents based on their input and feedback in an online survey.
For this report, Dresner reached out to over 3,000 organizations and software vendor communities. For more details on the report, please see Dresner Advisory Services Publishes 2016 Advanced and Predictive Analytics Market Study.
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