Analytics, a new face for big data

A few years ago, getting financial information from inside any organization was a long, costly and time-consuming process. CFOs had to pause their strategic role within the company to spend time ‘looking for the numbers for every area’ or ‘pressuring people to obtain them as soon as possible’. These processes could take weeks. Luckily, this has changed with the arrival of advanced analytics solutions, which with solving complex problems within the different parts of the business. Read the full story at Latin Trade. France’s Sarrel expands to Mexico French auto part maker Sarrell announced it will invest $30 million to build a production plant in Guanajuato, central Mexico. The plant, Sarrell’s first outside of Europe, will create some 290 direct […]

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