Research Paper: Cloud Computing

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Cloud Computing

Business Intelligence - Cloud Computing

The emerging area of social marketing analytics which is today delivered on the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) or cloud platform (Lawrence, Melville, Perlich, Sindhwani, Meliksetian, Hsueh & Liu, 2010) is used for interpreting and analyzing all messages on social networks relating to a company or product (Raab, 2010). This is one of the newest areas of Business Intelligence (BI), with several new suites of applications still in the R&D stage yet several significant new product introductions this year. The most noteworthy is the SAS Social Marketing Service (Marketing Weekly News, 2010) which is entirely Web-based and supports integration to Facebook, Friendfeed, Twitter and many other social networks. The intent of this analysis is to evaluate the use of social marketing analytics and evaluate the entirely entrants into this market including SAS (Marketing Weekly News, 2010).

Evaluating Social Marketing BI Software

The intent of using social marketing analytics software is to gain greater insights into the unstructured content that is growing exponentially on social networks. The use of advanced unstructured content management techniques and systems including latent semantic indexing (LSI), semantic analysis, sentiment analysis are all used for interpreting and organizing unstructured content into models that can be used in decision-making (Tyagi, 2010). This new area of social marketing analytics for the first time gives companies the ability to quickly parse through unstructured content both internally and externally and gain new insights into how customers perceive their products and services (Tsai, 2009). From this standpoint social marketing analytics compliments and strengthens existing BI platforms, the majority of which analyze only structured content.

It is estimated that 90% of a company's content is unstructured and the majority of insights for devising more effective strategies can be obtained from this content through more effective BI methods (Marketing Weekly News, 2010).

The benefits of social marketing analytics include the ability to quickly parse or analyze literally terabytes of unstructured content obtained from social networks and then succinctly define a linguistic model showing a company's strengths and weaknesses from a customer perception standpoint. These linguistic… [END OF PREVIEW]

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