We help our clients utilise multiple sources of information in order to better understand, predict and gain competitive advantage.
Data here, data there
Whether its structured or unstructured content, or siloed data from a variety of systems, digital businesses have vast amounts of data they could be utilising but many don’t know where to focus first. Analytics? Business Intelligence? Or build a data science team?
PwC’s Global Data and Analytics Survey 2016 found that “everyone wants decision-making to be faster, especially in banking, insurance, and healthcare.” The key is enabling all wider business areas to be able to run analytics, business intelligence, ML and AI, giving them actionable insights to drive new efficiencies and a competitive edge.
Save money, make money
A study from the MIT Center for Digital Business found that organisations driven most by data-based decision-making saw 4% higher productivity rates as well as 6% higher profits. However, when an organisation has multiple systems, both internally and externally facing, often operating in silo from each other, integrating vast amounts of information from different business areas and combining it to gain actionable insight in near real-time, is much easier said than done.
How we help businesses become data-driven
Whilst working with organisations from a variety of industries, we have developed a number of specialisms that help organisations become data-driven
Other business problems we solve
Driving growth and delivering competitive advantage
Deeper insights into customer behaviour, product performance and market opportunitiesRead more
Enabling innovation that delivers business value
Giving organisations the freedom and flexibility to adopt new technologies and roll out new servicesRead more
Frictionless digital experiences for customers, partners and employees
Creating secure, intuitive and user centred systems that remove friction, drive engagement and increase efficiencyRead more
Future proofed platforms for business agility
Moving organisations away from monolithic systems to microservices to give organisations technical independence and agilityRead more