IBM invests big in predictive analytics

07/28/2009 | Forbes

IBM bought predictive analytics company SPSS for $1.2 billion, adding to its collection of technologies designed to help businesses sort through growing mountains of data. SPSS technology analyzes a company's data to forecast upcoming trends. Analysts say the acquisition could inspire competitors such as Oracle and SAP to start their own round of purchases.

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