Category: Statistics

Celebrating Women In Business: The Norms Have Changed – Infographic 1

Celebrating Women In Business: The Norms Have Changed – Infographic

Return on sales: increase of 42%. Return on equity: increase of 53%. Return on investment capital: increase of 66%. Total sales: $1.3 trillion. Those are indomitable statistics and they all have one thing in common: they’re derived from businesses owned or operated by women. To say the norms in business...

Baby Boomers: Getting Older Used To Be More Comfortable – Infographic 1

Baby Boomers: Getting Older Used To Be More Comfortable – Infographic

Getting older is inevitable. Few people are comfortable thinking about aging and losing independence. Senior Care communities that strive to support staying healthy and independent are faced with growing numbers of elderly people, incomes down, health conditions up, and a wealth of new technologies hitting the market. How are communities...

Social Currency: Social Media Stats And Facts – Infographic 2

Social Currency: Social Media Stats And Facts – Infographic

The use of social media platforms is growing at an exponential rate. To be exact, within the past 7 seven years the use of social media has grown 365 percent. Everyday millions and millions of people are expressing their feeling and experiences about products and services through social media. Therefore...

Predicting Customer Behavior with Analytics 0

Predicting Customer Behavior with Analytics

Want to get more value from your customer data? This infographic illustrates the most widely used sources of customer data, and the benefits you can get when you predict customer behavior. These findings are based on a recent study by Alteryx and AbsolutData, and include some challenges that prevent analytics...

Social Media: The Evolution of Scientific Data – Infographic 0

Social Media: The Evolution of Scientific Data – Infographic

From print media to the internet, scientists have progressed from using magazines, newspapers and tradeshows to the internet, social media, and virtual events. It wasn’t until the 1980’s, following the personal-computer boom, when science reporting began drastically changing from newspapers to the internet.