Since 2000, we have been delivering data management & business intelligence solutions to our customers around the world. Our trademark stems from our ability to efficiently deliver high quality corporate insight and business value through optimal BI user adoption, calling on our core company competencies of technical ability, consultant commitment & teamwork, and and our excellence in BI gained over many years and through a multitude of diverse enterprise deployments.
Our solutions provide insight into your corporate data, transforming it into strategic business value and enabling fact-based decision making.
Our passion for leading edge BI technology, coupled with our cherry-picked team of inherently creative consultants, ensure that we consistently bring innovation, skill and value to every customer experience.
We pride ourselves in being able to adapt to customer cultures, environments, system landscapes and requirements, efficiently and effectively.
But how do we consistently ensure that our people are on top of their game? Well, there are many aspects to this, but excluding the obvious, we have instilled a company culture which is diverse, open, collaborative and above all creative, where all employees are encouraged to progress through a carefully engineered career path to bring utmost value both to the employee and our customers.
As the founder and managing partner, I have had the fortune to be part of the Business Intelligence sector since 1993, and watched it evolve from EIS and MIS in 1996 to where it is today, that being probably the most dynamic and high growth areas in the IT industry. Business Analytics has never played such an important part in business as it does today, and this trend will continue far into the future. There is nowhere now where BI is not an integral part of business process and governance. Only a few years ago, the likes of Walmart and Dell used to be the reference stories for BI “done right”, now there are many thousands to talk about.
Corporate data volume growth and the diversity of data, structured and unstructured, has exposed a valuable new asset for business leaders to explore and leverage in increasing their company’s corporate performance. Business Analytics is no longer a management tool for the elite few, but can be found in all areas of business and beyond, from manufacturing line staff to transport workers and school teachers.