Data analytics has become vital and not just in the consumer space – it affects every aspect of the typical business value chain.
Today’s world is thriving thanks to information technology. Our daily lives are virtually captured on a minute-by-minute basis, leaving a trail of data behind. Enter data analytics, which looks at this massive amount of data, recognises patterns and extracts meaningful behaviour altering insights from it.
The more we analyse data, the more organisations can understand their markets, consumer behaviours and preferences, and zoom in on the inefficiencies and challenges they are facing to make changes and improvements.
To survive and thrive in the digital era you have to be aware of the importance of data. Now is the time to drive data and analytics into the core of your business and scale outward to every employee, customer, supplier and partner.
Scaling the value of data and analytics requires a ‘culture of data enablement’ that extends throughout every facet of your organisation, a culture where data and analytics inform and drive business objectives, operational efficiencies and innovation.
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Turning big data into business intelligence needs to become the top priority of all organisations, however big or small, in order to thrive and compete in the marketplace, according to Tony Bell, CSO Decision Inc.
With AI, machine learning and IoT technologies becoming more of a reality for businesses worldwide, organisations will have to rely on rapidly evolving innovations and a wealth of streamlined data analytics to increase productivity and efficiency, reduce costs, and improve operations across all departments.
The above were some of the findings and recommendations discussed at a Decision Inc. and Decision Inc. Immix Analytics breakfast earlier this month, which were attended by captains of the industry.
The discussion was based on the latest data analytics industry research presented at the Gartner Data Analytics Summit 2018 and also at the local ITWeb Business Intelligence and Analytics Summit 2018.