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Bob Eberlein

Bob Eberlein addresses the
System Dynamics Society

Big Data in Retail: Taking the next step with System Dynamics


Tuesday, January 28, 2014
12:00 – 1:00 PM EST (Boston Time)
Presented by: Bob Eberlein, isee systems, inc.
Hosted by: Steve Adler, IBM & Karim Chichakly, isee systems

Learn how System Dynamics can improve Big Data Analytics

Big Data and System Dynamics belong together. While Big Data can analyze and forecast, only System Dynamics can predict how your ecosystem will respond when you act on those forecasts. For example, you might study price elasticity in a given market and then decide to change your product mix or implement special discounts. With System Dynamics, you can then model the impact of your strategies on your customer and competitor ecosystem to understand how they will react and how soon the value of your changes will degrade. You can anticipate how your decision will affect others, so you can be ready to change course before they do.

Big Data can also populate System Dynamics models with live values, creating new operational decision-making tools so you can regularly evaluate changing market conditions and their impact on your decisions. With XMILE, you can integrate these Big Data Simulations into your IT infrastructure and identify component libraries, allowing you to re-use the pieces and combine them into new solutions with greater scope and complexity.

Join us for this webinar as Bob Eberlein explores this symbiotic relationship between Big Data and System Dynamics.

This webinar is the fifth in the Big Data, System Dynamics, and XMILE webinar series jointly sponsored by IBM, isee systems, and the OASIS XMILE Technical Committee. The series showcases exemplar applications of System Dynamics in the areas of environment, business, health care, and public policy and discuss new opportunities that will be available as the XMILE standard is adopted.

Space is limited for this FREE event, so register today.

If you have any questions about the webinar, please email [email protected] or call (603) 448-4990.