Boston, MA, May 09, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Each year, the most valuable and innovative thinkers come together to share distinct innovation success stories at Front End Innovation (FEI). This year, at FEI 2014, the largest innovation conference in the world, Signals Intelligence Group will be collaborating with Julie Anixter to show that man and machine can come together to help leaders make better, faster decisions and help innovators use intelligence to read the world. Additionally, Signals will be using its data visualization software to map all 600 event participants, which will help analyze the trends in the innovation industry as seen at FEI.
Kobi Gershoni, Co-Founder & Chief Research Officer at Signals Intelligence Group, and Julie Anixter, Executive Editor and Co-founder of Innovation Excellence and Executive in Residence at the Disruptor Foundation, have spent years exploring the relationship between business intelligence and the physical and intellectual courage to use insights in new product development, and the exploration of new spaces for growth. Julie focuses on defining the union between intelligence and the data-driven path to decision making for organizations to achieve the best results possible.
“As someone who works on creating innovative technologies and products, I have repeatedly been inspired by FEI,” says Kobi Gershoni. “The connection between FEI and intelligence is irrefutable as intelligence is an integral decision support capability for reaching a successful and sustainable launch in new product development.”
Prior to Signals presenting on May 15, 2014, Kobi Gershoni will also be speaking at the 2014 Innovations Cities Tour in Boston, MA on May 12, 2014. The 2014 Innovation Cities Tour, which includes events in Boston, San Francisco, and Chicago, celebrates innovation by capturing, sharing, and spreading stories told by disruptive thinkers in the innovation industry.
About Signals Intelligence Group
Tel Aviv, Israel-based Signals Intelligence Group helps corporations reduce the risk and shorten the time in the development and launch of their new products. They apply a stringent transformation process of multiple big data sources into concise intelligence findings, which enable product teams to hit markets faster, ensure product alignment with customer needs, and improve go-to-market plans. The Signals vision stems from the extensive and collective experience of the team, which originates in military intelligence methodology and advanced technology, to access the most comprehensive and relevant data on the open web. Signals is committed to disrupting the insight industry through open source intelligence (automated decision models and data) in order to innovate and improve the process of new product development. Signals’ advisory board includes both Tom Davenport and Frank Moss, some of the leading minds on decision analytics, big data, and decision-making science.
For more information about the company, visit www.signalsgroup.com.