Easily see the value in your data

Great design is rewarding. If something looks good, is intuitive and works effectively, you will use it frequently, productively and it will become a part of your everyday life.

Our data scientists use agile technology such as Qlik and Tableau to process vast data sets, capture the relevant information for your business or a particular job, and turn it into interactive visualisations and translatable automated reports.

Next, we create dashboards that are vibrant and pleasing, practical and easy to read.  Data is democratised across departments, valued and compelling.

Data science isn’t just about structure and modelling; a key part of the data science purpose is to make data accessible and quickly actionable for those that need it company-wide, making business intelligence a more collaborative experience.

Does your organisation have a reporting strategy?

Find out more in our 2017 Measurement and Analytics Report, produced in partnership with Econsultancy.

Our approach to data science helps you to illuminate the data that’s you’ve currently got and glean new insights into its relevance.

Now that you have a clearer map of where you are, we can help you to explore with confidence by engaging in scenario-based planning based upon predictions you can rely on.

By taking large amounts of complex data from different sources and distilling it down for your requirements, we are able to create in-depth automated reports, saving time and resources.

The data is always available in comprehendible manner, allowing you to make decision when needed with ad-hoc analysis rather than creating a new project every time.

Having the data presented in an easy to digest way means that you can make changes in processes quickly and getting buy-in from decision makers is easier.

Data science helps you to drive inclusive, not exclusive, conversations.

Data is most valuable when it is accessible across the whole organisation and discussions take place between executives, creatives, analysts and department heads. Visualisations create inclusive understanding, bypass business jargon and promote productivity.

Better visualisation means better collaboration because it’s easier to explain the data to others in the business.