24 May 2021
Monday, May 24th
Keep up-to-date with the latest data analytics news in our Monday Digest summary snippets, and get more insight to make your data talk!
📰 Sales and marketing – creating a power couple. Often sales and marketing teams are operating at loggerheads rather than aligning strategies for double the power. With the right data in the mix, this partnership can thrive. Discover how solutions like having a common dashboard, or an obsessive focus on the customer can create the synergy to spark new heights of success in this Forbes article.
📰 Positive change through analytics. Big data is a big source of information. But companies need to view it through a political, social or cultural lens to solve global challenges and create positive change. Learn more about seeking truth through data science and enabling fairness and improvement in this Knowledge@Wharton article.
📰 5 steps to drive data and analytics adoption. Leveraging data is the key to business success, whether in the non-profit or for-profit sectors. Business leaders can improve adoption by focusing on the right KPIs or promoting decentralised decision-making. Learn about further strategies to manage change and improve business performance in this Forbes article.
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📰 Telematics – even for small businesses. IoT, AI and analytics in telematics may seem out of reach for many small businesses. However, there are options for successfully collecting, analysing and actioning unstructured data in the transport industry. Explore how small businesses can leverage telematics to boost their competitiveness in this TechRepublic article.
📰 Bringing healthcare dashboards to life. Our partner, SME, explores how the visual power of Qlik + Vizlib help hospitals easily visualise their critical KPIs, improve their reporting, plus save time and money! Read more about their innovative app in their blog.
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🤓 And our quote of the day:
“When companies go wrong, it’s often around not listening to the data, not staying focused on the truth, and not taking the right action.” Jamie Moldafsky, chief marketing and communications officer, Nielsen.