Your data strategy & feature roadmap

Create a data strategy plan that drives change and solves business goals. Process. Plans. Delivered.

data strategy and road map

Your next successful data initiative starts with strategy

Data analytics allows you to make data-informed decisions in a fast-changing business environment. With the right data, your company’s leadership will have the tools they need to get and stay ahead of the competition.

Data analytics is not useful on its own. It must provide answers to questions, identifying and clearly articulating your biggest business questions. That’s the first step in a successful business intelligence program.

The only way to start or improve your data analytics and business intelligence program is to have a clear data strategy roadmap to follow.

Which jobs will data do for you?

Every business could be using Data Analytics, but in order for it to be helpful, you must understand what it is.

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Assessments & Roadmaps
Scale Your Data Insights
As your company expands, the data you collect geometrically grows. The bigger you get, the more your data has to scale with your organization – far beyond any spreadsheet.
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Bring Solid Data Together
Sales, operations, support, and just about every other department in your company creates a virtual warehouse of data. Bring it all together and discover new insights to improve your business.
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Enhance Products and Services
Your products and services can be enhanced with data analytics. Whether you’re launching something new, or improving existing products and services, data can be layered in to refine it.

Does your data tell the story?

It should.

Watch the video to find out how we can connect the dots and make your data tell the story hidden deep within.

Your strategy starts here

A data strategy roadmap is just the beginning of your business intelligence journey. But all roads start here. If you’ve already begun and don’t have a clear strategy or roadmap, it’s time to get one. We’ll help you create a lasting plan that considers some of the toughest, most complex issues you could encounter in your business.

Define your objectives

Data is useless without an objective to drive it. We’ll help you define the objectives of your data program, including the questions you need to answer, progress you need to track, and plans you need to make for the future.

Define your objectives

Assess resources and identify gaps

With the right objectives in mind, we’ll take stock of the data and other resources you already have at your disposal. This will tell us what’s possible with the data you already have, as well as any data gaps that need to be filled.

Assess Resources and Identify Gaps

Create a plan that scales

Now that you know the purpose behind your business intelligence plan, along with the resources you have and need to complete it, we’ll create a plan that specifies how to execute it. This plan will scale with your organization so it works today and continues to thrive as you grow.

Create a Plan That Scales

Implement and improve

Planning is indispensable, but no plan is perfect or timeless. After creating and implementing your comprehensive plan to extract valuable business insights from your data, we’ll continue to partner with you to improve your program as you learn and ask new questions.

Implement and Improve

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Our business intelligence process

1. Requirements & Analysis
Our team will document your report delivery, dashboard, and security requirements.
2. Data Structure Readiness
We will do an inspection of your existing data to see if you have the data points required to create the reports you need.
3. Datamart & ETL
If your data isn’t reporting-ready, we’ll design a datamart (or data warehouse) for you. Then, data is extracted, transformed, and loaded (ETL) into the datamart.
4. Managed Reporting
We’ll create the reports, dashboards, and visualization that you and your users need. We recommend a managed reporting platform to start.
5. Adoption
Your data is meaningless if your team isn’t using it. We’ll run user feedback and training sessions to increase adoption and improve the user experience.
6. Self-Service Business Intelligence
As your organization matures and your team becomes more knowledgeable about Business Intelligence (BI), they might need to create their own reports for ad hoc analysis. This is the highest level of BI maturity.

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