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Anjali Sohoni

Anjali is a data science specialist who ensures that AI drives meaningful value through improved decision-making. She has 10+ years of experience in delivering enterprise applications.

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5 ways that CEOs can help their business to scale Artificial Intelligence

02-Nov-2021 08:29:17 / by Anjali Sohoni posted in AI, Scaling AI, AI Strategy

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If you learn how to scale Artificial Intelligence (AI), you can create platforms that can be run by both tech and business users to optimize your processes. But before you head down that path, you need to ask yourself this question: How do the best companies get there?

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AI in Retail: Serving millions with 0s and 1s

13-Dec-2019 09:33:29 / by Anjali Sohoni posted in Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, AI technologies, retail operations, data-driven intelligence

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In FMCG, F = Fast. Retailers need to adapt to rapid changes in consumer attitudes and the marketplace. Every aspect of retail operations has the potential to make or break the customer experience. AI technologies are breaking down barriers and making it imperative for retailers to adopt a globally competitive retail business model. The power of machine learning has made it possible for businesses to continuously scrutinize customer behaviour data and generate alerts when the time is right for the next best action.

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Data Science: business analytics for decision makers

02-Oct-2019 15:32:03 / by Anjali Sohoni posted in data analysis, analytics practice, data modelling

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Data Science or Analytics is an art of leveraging data streams to improve decision making. It uses scientific methods, processes, algorithms and systems to extract knowledge and insights from structured and unstructured data.

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Machine learning: makes dealing with defaulters easy (case study)

20-Mar-2019 12:52:04 / by Anjali Sohoni posted in Machine Learning

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Your business is bound to have run-ins with defaulters. These defaults could be over late payment and non-payment issues and should be resolved quickly, as they can negatively impact your profit margin. At the same time, if you handle this situation without much tact, it could ruin the relationship with your customer.

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