What is Your Data Challenge?

Data Analytics, Data Management, and Business Intelligence Insights

By 2025, 150 zettabytes (150 trillion gigabytes) of data will need to be managed and analyzed.

Need help accessing and managing your data?

“How do I connect data from disparate systems?”

“How can I better visualize and organize my data?”

“I need help making better business decisions.”

Data Management

Data management encompasses acquiring, validating, storing, protecting, and processing data to ensure the accuracy and security of information. Data management includes all aspects of data handling from acquisition to disposal. Poor data management can lead to inaccurate decision-making, lost opportunities, and wasted resources. Good data management practices can help organizations save time and money while ensuring that data is accessible, accurate, reliable, secure, and actionable.

Business Intelligence

Business Intelligence

With the right information, businesses can make better decisions that lead to increased profits and growth. While having an abundance of data is a good start, strategy and organization are required to transform data into actionable information. Business intelligence harnesses aggregated data, analytics, data mining, reporting, visualizations, and more to help identify trends and patterns that inform data-driven decisions. Therefore, business intelligence is crucial for monitoring and analyzing business performance data to inform future strategies.

Data Analytics

Data analytics turns unstructured data into insights that can be put into action. With analytics, businesses can identify and isolate business challenges via visual and non-visual solutions like dashboards and reports to create a solid strategic vision. Collect and refine data from defined and dynamic data sources to identify past trends or to forecast the future. Use data analytics to predict future revenue, anticipate growth, and conduct risk analysis.

Data Analytics

Benefits of Data Management, Business Intelligence, and Data Analytics

Data-Driven Decisions

Improved Customer Experience
More Reliable Data
Better Forecasting
More Agile Operations
Increased Productivity
Expanded Reporting
Increased Scalability

Cost Savings
Increased Revenue
Competitive Advantage

Better Prepared for Change & DisruptionsX

Business Use Cases for Data Management, Business Intelligence, and Data Analytics

Financial Services

  • Consolidated trial balance data across portfolio companies for a transformation and operational support firm.
  • Improved access to data insights with custom risk analysis and loss dashboards.

Life Sciences

  • Provided data insights for a series of health systems using analytics, reporting, and visualization solutions.
  • Developed an online solution to safeguard sensitive health data for a biotechnology client.

Professional Services

  • Utilized data visualization for better visibility of staff retention and staff engagement metrics for a client.
  • Developed and implemented a data warehousing solution for a leasing firm.

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