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Business analytics and Big Data: Next Generation leading the way

Many firms have spent the last few years cutting costs and are now keen to leverage their data to increase their return on investment instead.

1st March, 2015

Many issues within businesses are being tackled by using quantitative skills such as data science, insights, big data and quantitative risk. At the forefront of finding the right candidates to implement such practices is

“At Next Generation we work in partnership with our clients,” said principal recruitment lead Laura Kennedy. “We meet you to get to know your businesses. We understand the culture and environment you are promoting or trying to change....

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