March 21, 2018
Use this checklist as a guide to determine if your organization can leverage machine learning to increase your top line. If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you can benefit from using machine learning.
Machine learning can help increase your revenue in many areas of your business, but at its core, machine learning benefits organizations by recognizing data patterns, making decisions, and automating mundane tasks.
Use this checklist as a guide to determine if your organization can leverage machine learning to decrease your costs. If you can answer yes to any of these questions, you can benefit from using machine learning.
Reducing costs can be achieved via machine learning by optimizing your production, reducing churn via predictive modeling, and allowing your employees to focus their decision making on strategy rather than tactical decisions.
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Keith LaForce is a Managing Director at Levvel responsible for managing processes and people to ensure quality work is delivered to Levvel’s clients. Keith has 15 years of engineering consulting experience that ranges from application development, enterprise architecture, devops, and leadership. Keith has worked in Fortune 10 insurance and financial services organizations setting the standards for architecture, delivery, and implementation processes. In previous roles, Keith specialized in providing digital transformation solutions for clients across a variety of industry verticals. Through Keith’s extensive consulting experience, he is influencing how Levvel delivers consistent engagement models across all our clients to ensure a great client experience.
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