Software Development Lifecycle
Our forward-thinking approach is to combine development teams with analytics experts at the beginning of the software development lifecycle to make data analyzable from the start.
Bridging the Gap Between Development & Analytics
Decision makers in modern organizations need the ability to combine and analyze data from many systems in order to gain insights and drive business direction. Historically, this has been achieved by forming analytics teams responsible for transforming data from source systems into a central data store, on top of which they create reports and dashboards.
The problem is, with each additional data source coming online, and with each new question asked by the business, an additional burden is added to the analytics team. How does an organization embrace this growth? We propose a shared ownership strategy that allows analytics to scale with the organization. The idea is to combine development teams with analytics experts early on in the application development/configuration process and make the data analyzable from the get-go. This realignment makes increased data attributes, sources, and granularity an asset rather than a burden on the business, and positions an organization to use data to be competitive in their market.
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