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What it takes to predict the future


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TCS Predictive Analytics Luncheon at The Westin Melbourne, 18th March 2014 by K. Ananth Krishnan, Vice President & CTO, Tata Consultancy Services.

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What it takes to predict the future

  1. 1. 1Copyright © 2013 Tata Consultancy Services Limited K. Ananth Krishnan Vice President & Chief Technology Officer What it takes to predict the future? TCS Predictive Analytics Event
  2. 2. 2 Agenda  TCS Research Agenda  The Digital 5 Forces  Beyond Enterprise Information Fusion Prescriptive, Adaptive Analytics Contextual Intelligence  Analytics and Data Innovation  Co-Innovation Opportunities
  3. 3. 3 TCS Invention Agenda Research Areas Software Systems Applications and Sciences Software and Services Life Cycle Domain Knowledge Enterprise Systems Information Systems Communication Systems Cyber-physical Systems Engineering Sciences Life Sciences Data Sciences People Sciences
  4. 4. 4 Digital Forces Are Re-Imagining The Business AI & Robotics Mobility & Pervasive Computing Cloud Big Data Analytics Social Media Five Digital Forces Business Models Channels Products & Services Business Processes Customer Segments Workplaces
  5. 5. 5 Enterprise Information Fusion Voice of Customer Supply-Chain Monitoring Social CRM Competitive Intelligence i-Sourcing Real-Time Data Harmonization Temporal Pattern Mining Real-Time Insights Sense Analyze Deep Text Mining Demand-Signal Refinement Relationship Discovery Exploit Enterprise Social Intelligence Next-Gen KM Email Analytics Sensor Analytics Real-Time Collaboration @ Suppliers Sales History Customers Filter
  6. 6. 6 Beyond Enterprise Information Fusion Anticipate Detect Predict Prescribe
  7. 7. 7 Adaptive Predictive Prescription Decision Support & Feedback Mining & Knowledge Discovery Simulation & Optimization Modeling Information Fusion Integrating predictive modeling with simulation models and optimization
  8. 8. 8 Prediction Model Simulation Model Optimization Model Cost Model Recent Data and Strategy used Prescribed Strategy PredictionProposed Strategy Simulated Data & Strategy used Domain Priors Inverse Inference in Scientific Computing After Market Servicing Demand Signal Refinement
  9. 9. 9 Recommendation Retrieval & Relevance Feedback Content Models & Mining Context Models & Mining (User Activity Tracking) Models of Contextual Needs (Needs & Scenarios) Information Fusion
  10. 10. 10 Data as an enabler of value: The journey continues!Complexity Business Value  Deployment of BI Tools  Content Management  Data Cleansing  Data Transformation  Operational Data Warehousing  Real-time Process Analytics  Outsourced Reporting Services  Point Solutions Real-World Awareness and Response  In-depth Analysis & Insights from External Sources  Data-Intensive BI Platforms  Segmentation & Profiling  Forecasting, Cross-sell Loyalty Churn, Fraud High HighLow External Insights Real-time Business Intelligence Data Warehousing OLAP & Knowledge Management Predictive Analytics Information Fusion Services for Real-time Response  Global Situation Awareness  Integration of External and Internal Intelligence  Automated Processing of Inputs – Text, Video and Real-time Awareness  Pro-active Suggestion for Remedial Actions  Bridging Enterprise Silos Real-World Awareness Data-Intensive Real-time BI Reporting Services
  11. 11. 11 Many More Datasets are becoming useful Genomes Things Materials People The Web
  12. 12. 12 TCS Innovation Agenda: Analytics in every Theme! Innovation Themes Optimize Digitize AnalyzeDe-Risk Sustain Analytics-led IT Transformation Software Engineering Tools Domain-aware processes Internet of Everything Social in the Enterprise ICME Information Fusion Connected Marketing Supply Chains Security and DRM Privacy GRC Platforms Green IT IT for Green Water Frugal Health
  13. 13. 13 Opportunities to collaborate: TCS COINTM Ecosystem of innovative partners encompassing:  Academic Institutions,  Start up companies,  Venture Funds & Multi-lateral organizations ,  Strategic Alliance partners,  Tata Group companies,  and TCS customers COIN™ is a rich and diverse network that drives innovation in an open community: TCS Innovation Labs Startups Customers Research Institutions Academic Institutions Student Community Venture Capitalists Entrepreneurs In Residence Alliance Partners Consultants Industry BodiesTATA Group
  14. 14. 14 Summary  TCS Research Agenda  The Digital 5 Forces  Beyond Enterprise Information Fusion Prescriptive, Adaptive Analytics Contextual Intelligence  Analytics and Data Innovation  Co-Innovation Opportunities
  15. 15. Thank You