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Heather Fletcher is senior content editor with Target Marketing.

B-to-B buyers are no longer nameless, faceless entities with nebulous purchasing timeframes. Instead, actual individuals are sending off signals all the time about who they are, what they want to buy and when — in the form of data that can be worked into razor-sharp predictive models, Keke Wu writes. Wu — the director of analytics at Avention, a Concord, Mass.-based real-time B-to-B data provider — wrote a post for InsideBigData.com on Thursday titled "B2B Predictive Analytics in the Big Data Era."

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