Analytics and BI
Making raw data speak.
A robust data infrastructure is key to the intelligent automation journey. Gauri has been at the forefront of architecting and delivering data warehouse and data lake solutions for our clients for more than 5 years.
Importance of Business Intelligence Solutions
The power of Business Intelligence and Analytics can no longer be underestimated. When deployed diligently, enterprise analytics can help you achieve:
- End to end traceability of data (from transactional systems to aggregated dashboards)
- Ability to slice and dice datasets to spot trends and conduct rich what-if analysis with multi-level filters and conditions
- Ability to present the above in a variety of visual and graphical components, from simple charts to complex pivots, data cubes, and 3-dimensional infographics
- Establish a common data reference point for all stakeholders within the organisation
- Access to information from structured and unstructured data sources
- Leverage the power of predictive analytics via proven algorithms and rule-sets
What is Data Visualisation
Data visualisation is about converting tabular data into visual information blocks whether it is charts, infographics, or histograms, etc. There is a big move from reporting/analytics factories to self-service empowering people on the ground to make data-driven decisions. There are a plethora of solutions available, the challenge is in making the choice that is right for your organisation.
We will help achieve your strategic objective whether it making your team self-sufficient through online knowledge or being your back office using our offshore team to provide cost-effective yet quality reporting.
Gauri has developed business intelligence and analytics solutions for manufacturing, retail, distribution and utilities (e.g. water) based on best-of-breed visualisation platforms such as SAP BI Solutions, Tableau, QlikView, and Microsoft Power BI.
Our business intelligence solutions are built upon state-of-the-art data warehouse and data lakes.
Download our case studies and give us a call. We are ready to demonstrate the power of analytics using real-life data sets that our analytics specialists have created especially for you.
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Odin Retail required a transaction insights tool to be able to make informed decisions about marketing campaigns and identify best customer acquisition methods.
Read how water retailers can now visualise the market and leverage opportunities to grow their customer base based on Gauri’s state-of-the-art analytics solution based on Tableau.
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