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Analytics – the Game Changer in the Evolving Life Insurance Sector of India

In our previous article, Transforming Indian Insurance Sector with Data Analytics Edge, we explored how the Indian insurance sector can transform its customer acquisition, customer retention and share of customer’s wallet by adopting advanced, actionable analytics. In this article, we … Continue reading

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Is the Future of Indian Banking Dependent on Actionable Analytics?

Introduction Growth Challenges to Indian Banking Sector With the current 26 public sector banks, 25 private sector banks, 43 foreign banks, 56 regional rural banks, 1,589 urban cooperative banks and 93,550 rural cooperative banks,1, India is poised to become world’s … Continue reading

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Transforming Indian Insurance Sector with Data Analytics Edge

Insurance Industry – A Late Adopter to Analytics With India’s insurable population projected to reach 750 mn1 in 2020, the insurance penetration still hovers below the world average (3.9% against global average of 6.3% in 20132). However, the woes of … Continue reading

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Locality-Sensitive Hashing on Spark with Clojure/Flambo

Record Linkage is a process of finding similar entities in a Dataset. Using this technique one can implement systems like: Plagiarism Detectors – which are able identify fraudulent scientific papers or articles, Document Similarity – finding similar articles on the … Continue reading

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Unlock Insights to Boost User Experience Online

FORMCEPT has achieved pioneering position in extracting in-depth insights from piles of data. An interesting testimony to the degree of our influence in data analytics solutions space is our recent collaboration with ESPN Cricinfo to deliver a data analytics solution … Continue reading

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Nolan Scheduler

How often have you come across requirements that demand tasks to be performed repetitively at a defined interval? Yes, I am talking about a scheduler but a simple, yet powerful one that justifies its name- Just schedules. That is what … Continue reading

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GDF Graph Loader for TinkerPop 2.x

Recently, we came across .gdf files that are a CSV like format for Graphs primarily used by GUESS. Although GDF file format is supported by Gephi, it was still missing from TinkerPop, one of the widely used graph computing framework. … Continue reading

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Gen-next of resumes : From standard text to visual infographics

Earlier this week, veteran HR executive, Lee E. Miller in his column for NJ.com, noted how visual resumes will dominate the next big wave in the recruitment industry. With recruiters starting to see more visual resumes, candidates are considering to … Continue reading

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Data Analysis should be your Compass

Imagine that you are going from a well-known location- Point A, to an unknown location- Point B. Along your journey, you are referring to a GPS based navigation system and deciding how to proceed in a particular direction. In this scenario, … Continue reading

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Big Data Tech Conclave 2013 – Part-2

In the previous blog, we discussed how FORMCEPT addresses the “Data Infrastructure Issues” using its MECBOT platform. In this blog we will take you through two real customer use-cases and show how enterprises can leverage MECBOT to solve the business problems. Use Case … Continue reading

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