M-Brain in 25 Most Promising Business Intelligence Solution Providers 2017 by APAC CIO Outlook Magazine
APAC CIO Outlook Magazine places M-Brain in the 25 most promising business intelligence solution providers of 2017
APAC CIO Outlook Magazine’s March 2017 edition presents the 25 most promising business intelligence solution providers of 2017, highlighting some of the most promising organizations capable of leading their clients towards growth. The list intends to assist individuals and organizations find the BI solution providers who can fulfil their specific business requirements and help streamline business process in real time.
In an exclusive interview with the magazine, M-Brain COO, Joakim Nyberg, discusses his views on intelligence, hybrid corporations (technology and human) and the future prospects for global growth. “Making decisions is easier when you have the relevant data when you need it”, says Nyberg, “M-Brain’s job is finding the relevant information for the relevant people at the relevant time.”
But how exactly is that possible in a world where Big data adds 2.5 quintillion bytes of new data every single day? (1 US quintillion = 1,000,000,000,000,000,000)
M-Brain, a global organization servicing over 50,000 corporate leaders and decision makers throughout the world, has it’s own powerful and automated Big Data Harvesting and Analytics technologies supported by a human intelligence and consultancy workforce; a model which Nyberg best describes as “a hybrid“.
It is a corporate hybrid too and fitting into a category is not always easy. M-Brain is a media intelligence business and also a market and competitive intelligence company. the solutions portfolio is segmented and so too is the client base. Customers can be in any business and industry but are commonly communications and marketing professionals, intelligence professionals and top management in large global organisations with a variety of intelligence needs.