As the rules of business are being rewritten on quarterly basis and available data grow exponentially, organisations are feeling the need to become data-driven.
They want short term results using data today and produce new value propositions for tomorrow. They also want to decide using facts and analysis instead of guts feelings.
They are looking for game-changing approaches to make this happen, such as:
a data-driven framework that encapsulates existing and future technologies and complies with upcoming challenges (GDPR, AI…)
new data-driven management skills required to implement and run & maintain these solutions
to do it in a cost-effective, incremental and sustainable way
Thibaut De Vylder has shared, during the Data Summit which took place on the 17th of November 2017 in Brussels, how we have used these approaches to drive innovative data-driven solutions in organisations independent of their size, complexity or industry