We are proud to introduce not only the SavantX technology but also the launch of the new SavantX website. SavantX offers Patent Pending Artificial Intelligence that reads unstructured, semi-structured and structured data. In any language and any format.

Predictive Analytics Addressing the Problems

Most organizations are up against a substantial challenge, keeping track of data coming in from multiple sources with no easy way to find information. Data is growing exponentially, and technology has had a difficult time keeping up with being able to address the data challenges that many organizations face. That is until now. SavantX is the solution that organizations have been searching for (no pun intended).

Whether it’s a nuclear power generation company that needs a predictive analytics solution to increase equipment performance and reliability or address compliance issues – or an organization that is looking to find groundbreaking predictive business performance metrics, SavantX delivers.

Information is the lifeblood of any organization, but one needs to turn data into information by being able to find what you’re looking for plus seeing relationships and concepts emerge. This begins the process of turning data into information. Information upon which informed decisions are made. SavantX thrives on data…the more data the better the insights.

Our unique technology platform offers sophisticated analysis. This is not a one-size-fits-all solution. Rather, SavantX is tailored to each individual client’s needs and can find information and correlations never before seen.


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In business, it is critical to have a system of measuring key figures that drive your company’s growth. There is a myriad of ways to measure insights, but there are three main types of analytics: descriptive, predictive, and prescriptive. Let’s address the key differences and similarities between descriptive, predictive and prescriptive analytics.

Descriptive Analytics

Descriptive analytics is becoming more and more prevalent in today’s society. Most people are familiar with platforms like Google Analytics and Facebook. These are all types of descriptive analytics. This type of data shows what has happened in the past. For example, when using Google Analytics, you will set a date range such as the past ninety days. From there you can see data and analytics on everything from how many views your website has received, how many people have engaged with you and even the length of time spent on the site.

Predictive Analytics

One of the most common examples of predictive analytics in practice is your credit score. The score you receive is formed using predictive analytics. It takes your history of credit and uses and predicts how you will behave financially in the upcoming years. For instance, if you have been late on your car payment ten out of twelve months in a year, predictive analytics will predict that the same will happen next year, and your credit score will be reflective of that.

Prescriptive Analytics

Prescriptive analytics takes predictive analytics one step further. Prescriptive analytics uses past behaviors from customers to predict their future actions. IBM coined the phrase “prescriptive analytics” in 2010 and since then it has been used by a myriad of other companies as artificial intelligence continues to grow.

What is the difference between predictive and prescriptive analytics? While predictive analytics makes an educated guess at an end result, prescriptive analytics actually processes the descriptive numbers and presents a recommended set of options.

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