Steve Fox, Principal Software Engineering Manager at Microsoft, will walk through Microsoft's experience in predictive sports analytics using machine learning built on Microsoft's Sports Performance Platform. He will discuss predicting injury and overall athlete wellness and how that translates to marketing the teams to corporate sponsors and fans. You can find Steve's LinkedIn profile here:... Continue Reading →
By ShiSh Shridhar, WW Director of Business Intelligence - Retail Sector, Microsoft You go shopping; let’s say it’s a national hardware store because you have a painting project you’ve decided to tackle this weekend. You have done your research online, chosen the paint and now you are at the store to pick up your supplies... Continue Reading →
Over the last couple weeks since the 2016 Hadoop Summit in San Jose, eSage Group has been discussing the future of big data and enterprise analytics. Quick note – Data is data and data is produced by everything, thus big data is really no longer an important term. eSage Group is specifically focused on the... Continue Reading →
On March 10th, eSage Group held its first Executive Evening Out at the exclusive Rainier Club in Downtown Seattle. The event was sponsored by Microsoft Advanced Analytics.
Please join us in this lively evening event sponsored and organized by eSage Group with co-sponsors Pointmarc and Cloudera. Hear a panel of industry experts from the areas of Wearables, Home Security/Automation, and Automotive: Jon Francis, Senior Data Scientist, Nike Brandon Bunker, Senior Director of Analytics, Vivint Justin Graham, Director of Product Management, INRIX Kristina Kerr... Continue Reading →
A First-Hand Conversation on the Internet of Things The Internet of Things will profoundly re-shape marketing. As objects in all corners of our lives become connected to the web what does it mean for brands and customers? To help provide insight, and a lively discussion, eSage Group and PSAMA has arranged a premium collection of senior-level thinkers from... Continue Reading →