Laying the groundwork for a modern data platform
Whenever we work on a project for a client, one of our concerns is to deliver a solution that stands the test of time. Check out how we worked with a client to lay the groundwork for a modern data platform using a Cloud-first strategy, moving infrastructure to a cloud-computing platform.
Moving an on-premise data warehouse into the cloud
Moving an on-premises data warehouse into the cloud can be daunting. Check out how we developed a tailor-made approach to navigate our client’s cloud migration challenges and deliver a cost-effective and future-proof Azure cloud environment.
Generating input for a publicly available mobility insights dashboard
Mobility is a crucial challenge for our society. It contributes to economic prosperity and also plays an essential role in the climate objectives. But do we have all the necessary tools to analyze our mobility? For example: How much does traffic congestion cost on an annual basis? Or which rail routes have the most delays?
Co-developing a thriving data culture
It's hard to be data-driven when fresh insights only arrive every so often. In close cooperation with all key users, we helped a social services organization implement a self-service BI reporting environment that provides decision-makers with insights that were hard to come by before. Check out how, together with our client, we sowed the seeds for a thriving data culture.
Building a centralized data hub in the cloud
The current shift to cloud computing enables new and different ways of working with data, especially as data source landscapes are broadening. One of our clients, a provider of subscription-based services, asked us to set up a multi-purpose scalable data platform that interacts with a wide variety of data sources in their fast-evolving business environment. The result is a centralized data hub that powers new use cases for generating business impact and value.
Building a future-proof BI environment
Access to reliable data and tools that enable business end-users to perform in-depth analyses by themselves are crucial elements of any BI environment. Even more so, that is the case for telecom service providers, as they act in a rapidly changing market where competition is fierce.
Delivering 360° customer insights at full throttle
Our client, a leading importer and retailer of cars, was looking for a solution to leverage the wealth of available data on car sales and repair jobs, with one clear goal in mind: bring a more customer-centric approach in place. But while our client has collected a lot of car-centric data over the years, those data were spread out over various applications and systems.
Paving the way for self-service BI reporting
A client of ours, a streaming service provider, needed a future-proof data environment that can quickly evolve with changing BI reporting needs as its newly launched streaming service grows. Since we joined our client’s project close to the streaming service launch date, our primary challenge was to deliver the essential BI reporting capabilities at very short notice.
BI setup in industrial gases
One of our clients is an international supplier of industrial gases. Our client was struggling to swiftly generate the right analyses and dashboards to base their strategic and operational decisions upon. Together with their Business and IT department, we created a tangible roadmap and delivered a first set of Tableau dashboards. The proof of the pudding is in the eating, right?
Business Intelligence consultancy
Clients that are already working with a talented IT team get in touch with us because they are looking for a partner who has the expertise to translate business needs into a practical set of development-ready specifications, and who ensures the implementation of a solution that fits these needs. They need a partner that masters the languages of both business and IT.
Self-service BI in retail
Although one of our clients had an existing Business Intelligence implementation that had been in place for over two years, data exploration and visualization proved to be a real challenge. Our client’s BI struggles were not just about technology. The limited adoption level for the existing BI implementation within the organization turned out to be a second major threshold for effective deployment of a BI solution.