Business Intelligence And Analytics

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Dashboards and interactive reports that offer natural language query, custom visualisations, and native integration with Office 365.
Free data analysis and report authoring tools | Cloud-based modern business analytics solution | Dedicated capacity for better performance | On-Premise report server | Visual analytics embedded in your Office 365 applications | Embedded Power Apps

When your project requires bundled services and resources throughout the year, we can offer a data managed service subscription which guarantees availability of talented resources throughout the year. Get in touch with us and request a data-managed services subscription. We only charge out for a minimum utilisation time of resources which balances out costs and benefits throughout the year for you and for us.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Registered customers have access to the full list of bookings services under this services group. If you are not registered, we invite you to book an appointment to learn more about our company or you can sign up online and discover all our bookings services. To book a service, you need to become a registered customer. 

meeting 70This is a free consultation. We are happy to book a 30 min+ slot online or over the phone to discuss your requirements in relation to business intelligence and analytics solution. Please have a look at our available time slots for business meetings and book a time that works for you and for us. Remote Session: Once the appointment is confirmed, you receive a separate online invite for a 30 min session.

bi architectingBusiness intelligence architects, known also as BI architects, work with organisations to develop data structures that help them drive their business and marketing strategies. The data are also used by the organisation for identifying market trends. The role of the business intelligence architect requires design, development, implementation, and oversight of data structures, data warehousing, and repositories, as well as report preparation. They work extensively with software focused on market trends both historical and current to help create strategies for the organisation.

bi consultingA business intelligence consultant assists businesses with the collection, organisation, and use of computerised data. They evaluate existing systems and install new software when needed to better assess the company's acquired data. By understanding both business management principles and available technology a business intelligence consultant can improve a business's efficiency, minimise operating costs, and increase profits.

bi developmentBusiness intelligence developers are data experts, as they work primarily with databases and different types of software. Often abbreviated as BI developer, this job involves developing and fine tuning IT solutions. That can include anything from coding to testing to debugging to designing to implementing newly developed tools. A BI developer spends a lot of time researching and planning solutions for existing problems within the company. BI developers also are responsible for building online analytical processing. They also work with databases, both relational and multidimensional. BI developers are often responsible for managing others in the IT department or in the company.

data analysisData analyst responsibilities include conducting full lifecycle analysis to include requirements, activities and design. Data analysts will develop analysis and reporting capabilities. They will also monitor performance and quality control plans to identify improvements. Data Analyst responsibilities include: Interpreting data, analysing results using statistical techniques Developing and implementing data analyses, data collection systems and other strategies that optimise statistical efficiency and quality Acquiring data from primary or secondary data sources and maintaining databases

data analytics managementData analytics managers provide direction for a team of data analysts. They also build that team, making hiring decisions and deciding where each analyst’s skills will prove most productive for the organisation. They oversee the work of an analytics department, ensuring its accuracy. They also take the lead on developing processes for effective data analysis and reporting. To do so, they need a combination of data analysis and business skills. Only by understanding both the short-term goals and long-term business strategy of an organisation can data analytics managers develop recommendations on how best to put data analytics to use.