Tag Archive: data discovery

The Rise of Data Visualisation

Over recent years, data visualisation has certainly made a positive impact, which is no surprise given that it can help organisations achieve real insight from data. But beyond this, it’s also a smart way for us to understand complicated information in a more user friendly way that furthers cognitive understanding. To my mind, if organisations …

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BI tools

As this is my last blog post for the year, I thought it would be fitting to explore how the Business Intelligence (BI) landscape has changed over the years, especially regarding toolsets. Having worked in the BI sector for numerous years – in the last five years the BI toolset landscape has not only expanded, …

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Data Discovery

New concepts and technologies continue to emerge in the business intelligence space, which brings new business challenges and of course new opportunities for organisations to understand and ultimately leverage it for business benefit. One such concept that first appeared a few years back, but has yet to get the full attention it deserves, is data …

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Data Science – Organisational Impact

A lot has been written about the skills and tasks of the data scientist, but what is also very important to consider is the impact of the role on the organisation, and vice versa.

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