Enabling Better Experiences and Forecasting Better Results
Data should be well organized from the supply chain management all the way to the end-consumer. Understanding every step in a product life cycle and how that affects your bottom line will help you ask better questions, solve problems, and alleviate bottlenecks.
Accurate data warehousing and analytics allows for better human insight into things that may be holding up the business from functioning at its best. Now you can go in and mitigate those problems.
You’ll probably discover that certain processes can be sped up by remediation and automation, freeing up employees to do more important things. After all, computers are less expensive than humans!
Data You Can Trust
Because our systems put out governed and standardized data sets, you can rely on the data to help you make determinations for your business based on the past or on data trends.
Where This Fits in Our FullStack Philosophy
Targeted Predictive Analytics
Get on the road to leveraging predictive analytics that move your company at the velocity of modern data.
Once you have a comprehensive intra-department data performance overview, you can create scenarios that automatically kick in when predetermined parameters are met.
Accelerating Time To Value
One of the world’s largest media companies approached us with a need to reach faster insights when forecasting digital viewership and ad impressions. They had a slow and laborious process for making data inquiries that often took a week or more to turnaround. Follow up questions on these inquiries took just as long, creating a frustrating and inefficient process, which was unacceptable for such a premier enterprise organization.
“DAS42 forced us to think harder and better about what we were really trying to do. They provided us with thoughtful strategic business insight that made us better thinkers, which in turn made us better decision makers.”Kevin FrischCMO, Wag Labs Inc.
Use better metrics to determine whether you’re hitting the mark. Eliminate overhead, streamline business practices, free up time for your employees to do better reporting and make more accurate forecasts for future business practices.
Better Data for the Public
Being transparent about the data you are collecting is very important. We know you care about your customers, and they should feel that. Data helps us understand what people really care about. It is helpful for them to understand how their data is being used to not only to help you analyze user trends (e.g. shopping habits) to improve your business, but also to improve the quality of service they are getting and create better user experiences.
Better Data for Your Business
Better data can help businesses bottom line in many ways. For instance, if you are a strawberry distributor, analyzing consumer trends in grocery stores can help reduce possibilities of produce going bad somewhere along the supply chain. Another example might be reducing the amount of work an employee in a department store or a shoe category manager has to do to find out information on a certain SKU. Streamlining datasets enables them to pinpoint the figures they are looking to draw conclusions on instead of sifting through information in multiple places. Creating systems that automate certain types of data entry can free up massive amounts of time - and time is money!
Better Data for the Future
Better data can help you make your business better, make more mindful business decisions, and help you understand what consumers really care about. In addition to just improving business practices, understanding the consumer market could also help some businesses create a more sustainable future. Coupling this with powerful data visualization tools from a partner such as Looker enables individuals and business owners to be further empowered to predict the future. They should be able to do better reporting and contribute more to their business. Knowledge is power!
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