Are you acting on your Data, in Real Time? The Chemical Industry and Business Intelligence

ANNE SLINEY | October 17, 2018

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For the Chemical Industry or any enterprise, utilizing Business Intelligence (BI) offers a way to translate the millions of data points from operations into insights that can help leaders manage and grow the business. The whole BI domain encompasses a wide range of applications, tools, and methodologies. They enable organizations to collect data from both internal and external sources; systemize them for analysis; develop and run questions and answers in regards to that data; and then write up reports, build data visualizations and dashboards to make the analytical results relevant and available.

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Buckman

Buckman is a privately held, global specialty chemical company with headquarters in Memphis, TN, USA, committed to safeguarding the environment, maintaining safety in the workplace, and promoting sustainable development. Buckman works proactively and collaboratively with its worldwide customers in pulp and paper, leather, and water treatment to deliver exceptional service and innovative specialty chemical solutions to help boost productivity, reduce risk, improve product quality, and provide a measurable return on investment. Pulp and paper, Tissue, Leather processing, Water treatment, Performance chemicals (formulator), and Packaging

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Buckman

Buckman is a privately held, global specialty chemical company with headquarters in Memphis, TN, USA, committed to safeguarding the environment, maintaining safety in the workplace, and promoting sustainable development. Buckman works proactively and collaboratively with its worldwide customers in pulp and paper, leather, and water treatment to deliver exceptional service and innovative specialty chemical solutions to help boost productivity, reduce risk, improve product quality, and provide a measurable return on investment. Pulp and paper, Tissue, Leather processing, Water treatment, Performance chemicals (formulator), and Packaging

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