It is intimidating to learn a piece of business analytics software. You may have general knowledge about what you’re trying to accomplish, but doing so in a new environment can be both unfamiliar and clunky.
Toward the end of the year, many organizations and firms look back at the year that was and make predictions about the coming year.
The technology research firm Gartner is one of those firms, as they recently announced their top 10 technology trends for 2018.
It can be easy to think that once an organization has purchased analytics software, that software will instantaneously provide a return on investment.
Just because your company reaches countries around the world doesn’t mean you have to lose sight of your supplier network.
Technological advances have actually improved supply chain management.
However, with newer technology comes an influx of big data, and that has led to a number of challenges in businesses with many moving parts.
We create lots of data every day.
There are many reasons that senior leadership at a company may have poor visibility into their business. In this post, we’ll discuss what we consider the primary reasons. Then, we’ll help you understand how to solve these problems to see real results in your business.
Let’s cut right to the chase: the one thing you need to increase visibility into a business is analytics.
Being a data analyst is tough. You have a mountain of data to comb through, but you want to be seen in a positive light by both your peers and your leadership. In this article, we’ll discuss five ways for overcoming the challenges that come with the territory.
As a business grows, visibility into its various business units can grow cloudy.
We don’t think it has to be that way. In this post we’ll uncover four strategies you can use to boost visibility across your business so that you can make meaningful decisions.