About the BOOK: Data-driven Modelling and Predictive Analytics in Business and Finance

Data-driven Modelling and Predictive Analytics in Business and Finance

Data-driven Modelling and Predictive Analytics in Business and Finance

Data and AI technologies are been rapidly applying to practical applications across a wide variety of business verticals, and analysts are looking for ways to make applications smarter and to make clients’ business easier. With our book, you’ll be able to implement solutions using models and techniques to gain insights, predict outcomes, and make informed decisions, along with covering advanced Data-driven modelling and predictive analytics techniques that facilitate analytics and learning in the various business applications.

The book mainly focused on the opportunities and challenges for Data-driven modelling and Predictive Analytics for business systems. The fundamental concepts of including advanced techniques, technologies, and tools with the concept of real-time analysis systems. The book will also cover upcoming areas of Data-driven Robotics Process Automation systems useful in many government and private industries. The upcoming trends of smart city and urban development also need low-budget, energy-efficient, and portable real-time systems for smart transport, smart healthcare, and smart communication technologies. This book would be a great collection of Data-driven approaches for overall innovations, developments, and implementation of the business development, management system and finance ecosystem.

We really believe that the technologies and applications of the “Data-driven Modelling and Predictive Analytics in Business and Finance” book will favor the people's aspirations.


Data-driven Modelling and Predictive Analytics in Business and Finance book proceedings will be published by CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, Florida, USA

Publication Charge

No Publication Charge

Benefits for Contributor

Each Contributor shall receive an ACADEMIC CERTIFICATE as the copyright of the Contribution and 01 complimentary eBook copy of the Work in which the Contribution appears.

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List of Topics:

All kinds of connected business applications are collectively and/or individually enabled to be intelligent in their operations, offering and output. Precisely speaking, AI-driven and IoT-aided applications are being touted as the next-generation technology to visualize and realize a bevy of intelligent transactions in business systems. We are seeing a host of powerful AI-centric solutions, Predictive Analytics, Cloud-based data, big data technology, IoT-aided techniques, libraries, and relevant frameworks aimed at supporting human-controlled capabilities in intelligent computing and modern AI-centric systems that are used in the business, marketing, supply chain, healthcare, finance, banking, farming, and agriculture fields in the real world.

You are invited to contribute chapters and papers and the scope of the book includes but is not limited to the following topics:

  • The Role of Data in Business and Finance
  • Big Data Process Lifecycle and Technologies
  • AI-centric Modelling in Business and Finance
  • Data-driven Concepts, Definitions and Principles
  • The Role of Data-driven Modelling and Analytics
  • Financial Data Process Lifecycle
  • Data-driven Modelling
  • Machine Learning Models
  • Deep Learning Frameworks
  • Predictive Analytics Tools and Applications
  • Risk Management and Analytics Tools
  • Credit Risk Modelling and Analytics Tools
  • RPA Application in Data Management
  • KPI Dashboard and Prediction Tools
  • Blockchain Application
  • Cloud-based Data Management
  • Data Privacy and Cybersecurity Techniques
  • Case Studies: Big Data Technologies, Cloud and Cybersecurity

Editor's contacts

All questions about submissions should be emailed to

Dr. Alex Khang
  • Professor of IT, AI & Data Scientist
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  • KC Group of Institutions Nawanshahr
  • Punjab, India
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  • rashmigujrati@gmail.com
Dr. Hayri Uygun
  • Doctorate
  • Recep Tayyip Erdogan University
  • Ardesen Vocational School
  • Tourism and Hotel Management, Rize, Turkey
  • +90-552-633-2161
  • hayri.uygun@erdogan.edu.tr
Dr. R K Tailor
  • Associate Professor
  • Faculty of Business Administration
  • Manipal University Jaipur
  • Rajasthan, India
  • +91-98-290-13-280
  • drrktailor@gmail.com
Dr. Sanjaya S. Gaur
  • Clinical Professor
  • The NYU School of Professional
  • Studies of Marketing
  • New York University, USA
  • +1-908-342-9207
  • sonjaya.gaur@nyu.edu

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