comScore’s Approach to Capturing Value from Big Data Showcased in MIT Case Study
As the media analytics landscape continues to evolve, understanding how to leverage big data for long term value-creation should be a core competency for any leading media and technology company. In order to help the next generation of business leaders, comScore recently collaborated – including in-depth interviews with members of the senior management team – with MIT’s Center for Information Systems Research to develop a case study about comScore’s approach to big data.
This recently published case study, entitled “Capturing Value from Big Data at comScore Through Platform, People and Perception,” explores comScore’s 14-year journey to becoming a leader in digital media analytics. The study highlights the creation of a cost-efficient, scalable platform, the development of an analytics-savvy workforce, and our ongoing commitment to clients. Specific topics covered in the case study include:
- Analyzing big data, and the insights it brings to businesses
- Efficiently creating a platform and process to capture big data interactions
- Hiring and training best-in-class data scientists
- Delivering insights that enable clients to take action
- Ensuring long-term success in a multi-platform world
In addition to the topics listed above, this case includes commentary from several comScore leaders, such as Magid Abraham (Co-Founder and Executive Chairman), Serge Matta (CEO), Michael Brown (CTO), and Mark Donovan (CMO). If you are interested in accessing this case study, please click here. To read a short article from the MIT Sloan Management Review about the case study and creating value from big data, click here.
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