WE HELP BUSINESSES INCREASE THEIR PROFITS, USING DATA
We frequently see businesses increase their profits by at least 10%
– either because their new data-driven activity has led to an increase in sales, or because they’ve been able to spot inefficiencies and reduce costs.
We can set up data warehouses, data lakes, dashboards, or more sophisticated tools powered by AI, predictive analytics, machine learning and natural language processing.
But first we’ll talk to you about what you really need.
And don’t worry – we love talking data, but we also know how to explain things in clear, simple ways. We’re happy to ditch the jargon so that data, and the insights it can give, are accessible to everyone.
WITH OUR DISCOVERY & DESIGN PROGRAMME
Our two-step approach includes:
We will review your business requirements, data sources and current data outputs.
to ensure we understand your vision, how your business works, how you make/spend money, what your goals and priorities are, who your users are, what levers they can pull and what’s critical to your performance
to understand what data you use today, where it’s located, what format it’s in, how it can be accessed, how it’s connected, what quality it is and if there are data gaps or risks
to understand how you use data today, your current data outputs/reports/dashboards, your challenges, your skills, and your vision
We will present the best solution for your business, with options, pros, cons and recommendations.
showing the art of the possible for your data architecture, data warehouses and data connections, with options, pros, cons, and recommendations
showing the art of the possible for your reporting, dashboards, and data outputs, with options, pros, cons, and recommendations
with an overarching data strategy and a fully-costed project plan for delivery, including phases of work
because technology is just the start, showing the ways people can be inspired, engaged, trained and supported to become data advocates
The output will be your personalised Data Strategy and a fully costed implementation plan. Our clients often use this to inform their business case and to plan phases of work.