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Pragmatic analytics is the order of the day

For Irish businesses, not all data is created equal

6th March, 2016
Diarmuid Flynn, client services director, Ergo

he kinds of data analytics that small- to medium-sized companies (SMEs) are interested in are key performance indicators for sales people, purchasing trends for the purchasing department and up-to-date, live information on the business for the financial controller.

That’s the message from Intact Software’s Tim Compton, a sales consultant who specialises in helping clients get the most from their data. “We store information for our clients in an integrated system, whether it is sales, purchases,...

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