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PepsiCo's quest to democratize knowledge

Kate Schardt will be joined by Scott Litman, co-founder of Lucy, and Babita Earle, EVP of Enterprise at Zappi, to walk through Pepsi's quest to empower every employee with insight. Whether it's the importance of user-centricity in program...

Catalogue: Webinars 2021
Authors: Kate Schardt, Babita Earle, Scott Litman
Companies: PepsiCo, Lucy, ZappiStore
March 25, 2021


Guiding marketers with insights automation at Shell

As the world's largest mobility retailer and one of the biggest oil and gas companies, Shell's growth goals are equally monumental: double their retail business within ten years. In this webinar, James Johnstone (Head of Global Customer Insights at...

Catalogue: Webinars 2020
Authors: James Johnstone, Elizabeth P. Morgan
Companies: Shell Global, Market Logic Software
November 5, 2020

Research papers

Agrimanager in France

The decreasing number of farms in France has led the participants of the agricultural knowledge system, i.e. the industrial companies and other organizations to reevaluate their current structures and strategies. The possibility that adaptations of...

Catalogue: Seminar 1996: European Agri-Business Under Pressure
Author: Klaus-Dirk Seibold
February 1, 1996

Research papers

Marketing decision-making using knowledge-based systems

Knowledge-based systems (KBS), a branch of artificial intelligence, are designed to replicate the functions performed by a human expert. They enable a user to consult a computer system as he/she would consult an expert advisor to figure out how to...

Catalogue: Seminar 1992: Do New Technologies Help Or Hinder Marketing Decisions?
Authors: Pirkko Walden, Malin Brännback
June 15, 1992

Research papers

Taking the long view in new product introduction

The central thesis of this paper is that a perspective is needed in introducing new products and services in "hot areas" such as high technology. Artificial Intelligence has been around since the mid-1950s, but has remained largely an academic...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1990: Using Research For Marketing In The 90's
Authors: Leland Teschler, Andrew C. Gross, Robert D. Hisrich
September 1, 1990

Research papers


In this paper we describe a rather unusual decision support system which has been developed to help managers to take various kinds of resource allocation decisions, has a knowledge base which comprises causal models and it has an optimisation based...

Catalogue: Seminar 1986: Retail Strategies For Profit And Growth
Authors: Madan G. Singh, R. Cook, Marcel Corstjens
June 4, 1986

Research papers

Micro-computer software for marketing and marketing research

In this paper we will examine some of the readily available software that enables "knowledge workers", which Marketeers and Researchers certainly are, to improve their personal effectiveness and creativity. Only commercially available software will...

Catalogue: ESOMAR Congress 1985: Broadening The Uses Of Research
Author: Danny A. Nijburg
June 15, 1985

Research papers

What can one buy?

PREDICASTS is an international organisation which provides from its United Kingdom office a comprehensive service to marketing researchers in Europe. Information is available as data-basis and in publications.

Catalogue: Seminar 1980: Information Systems In Action
Author: Peter Martin
June 15, 1980