Data Decisioning is seeking thought-leadership articles on big data, artificial intelligence, decisioning, internet of things, and any other emergent technology that gives companies a competitive advantage from their data. If you are a tech executive, analyst, practitioner, or just someone with a data story to tell, we’d love to hear from you.
With Data Decisioning, you’ll reach a highly engaged audience of decision makers working in all aspects of the data industry. If you’re looking for your voice to be heard industry wide, Data Decisioning is the place to do it.
Our focus is on all thing data. In addition to the topics mentioned above, we’re also looking for articles on cognitive computing, real-time analytics, machine learning, blockchain, and anything and everything related to big data. If you have an idea you think might be perfect for Data Decisioning, please do not hesitate to contact Editor-in-Chief Peter Schooff at pschooff(at)datadecisioning.com.
We are looking for original, thought-leadership articles focused on data. Topics can include market trends, data research, decisioning, insightful commentary, or data in the real world.
There should be no mention of a specific company’s name or products in the article unless uniquely justified by the topic. All links to a vendor, except those in the author bio, will be removed. If you are looking to advertise on Data Decisioning, please contact John Morris, Publisher, at jmorris(at)datadecisioning.com.
If you have an idea for an article and would like some feedback before moving forward, please contact the editor, Peter Schooff, at the email listed above. Include a brief description of the subject matter you would like to address.
The ideal article should be between 1,000 and 2,000 words. If you believe your subject matter warrants a greater length, we would be more than happy to run a multi-part article over several weeks. Again, please check with the editor.
If this is your first time submitting for Data Decisioning, please make sure to include:
1) Author bio (200 words or less).
2) Email address that can be published with the article.
3) A high-resolution headshot of the author.
4) Relevant social media handles such as Twitter and LinkedIn for the author and company.