We’re in an age of digital disruption. It’s disrupting some enterprises in a good way, but those who are less prepared aren’t realizing a very smooth transition. Stepping away from a siloed data analytics mindset and checking in to new data and analytics trends can be a great start to managing the disruption in a positive way.
The Insight Trend
One approach that is picking up interest is to focus more on insights rather than just data. Yes, the data is there and it needs to be analyzed, but it’s the insights to be gained from that data that have more organizations striving toward insight-driven objectives.
A Trend Toward Intelligence
In order to get real-time information we need more intelligent technology, and that’s what is on the wish list for organizations that want a more robust user experience as they look into their analytics. This technology comes in the form of voice technology and the delivery of real-time intelligence that fits our needs, not the needs of the developer.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is also near the top of the list of data and analytics trends this year. Taking an approach to AI that can create positive transformative in your organization takes planning, but it’s definitely worth the time and effort.
Have you considered embedding intelligence in your business applications? Data is growing faster each year and becoming more complex, and managing the work stream gets a huge assist with embedded intelligence.
It’s estimated that almost half of companies focus on more advanced analytics solutions, and using collaboration for analytical purposes is a growing trend. If you’re wondering what the big deal is about collaboration, it’s tied to the fact that you have a mix of data engineers, business analysts, and data scientists all working toward the same objective.
With the right partner on your side, you can gain access to services that are a custom fit for your needs. Seeking outside help can make a significant difference in reaching your IT and business goals.
Scaling a business requires solutions that involve the latest technology, and cloud services can be an integral part of the solution. At Clarksys, we’ve developed relationships with companies that are highly focused on data and analytics and we’ve given them the tools they require to gain the insights that help them advance their businesses. Contact us to discuss how we can assist you.
March 4, 2019