Institute creates more research jobs in Boston
Posted on March 1, 2013
The International Institute for Analytics has announced it has opened a new office, creating more research jobs in Boston.
The technology and market research firm specializes in the business analytics industry.
The company announced continued growth in membership and expanded research offerings. This includes 20% growth in revenue and a 25% increase in research clients from 2011 to 2012. IIA is responding to the rising demand from enterprises for research assistance to support the expanded adoption of analytics as a critical business differentiator.
IIA increased staff, opened an office in Boston, Mass., and recently closed a round of funding.
In 2012, IIA added 21 new accounts including the Cleveland Clinic, Neiman Marcus, University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, and Starbucks and renewed membership from CVS, Partners Healthcare, S Group, Lojas Americanas, and HealthEast Care System.
Each day organizations capture exponentially larger amounts of data and face the challenge of how to best utilize it. With analytics, organizations can dive into the data to discover patterns and build their knowledge of customer behavior to devise meaningful strategies for competitive differentiation, said Jack Phillips, CEO, IIA No other market research firm has the depth of knowledge about how analytics can maximize the value of enterprise data. With our expertise in enterprise analytics programs, we help organizations apply the understanding of how, when, where, and why events occur to shape strategic business decisions.