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Make data work for your business

Accurate insights could be the difference between business success and failure. Ian Campbell looks at the challenges around analytics and extracting value from big and small data

5th March, 2017

The foundation for a successful business has always depended on analysing information around products, services and customers, trying to squeeze out higher margins, greater efficiencies and grow sales. What’s changed is the explosion of data around transactions and customer engagements, and the industrial-strength tools available to mine it.

Businesses are collecting data at unprecedented rates and the pressure is on to turn it into actionable insights, not just through BI (business intelligence), but...

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