The need for a Data Platform may arise in different circumstances. As big corporations mature their internal data culture, for instance, more and more teams are engaged in analytics projects, and a corporate commonly shared infrastructure instantly emerges as a need for governed collaboration. On the other hand, a small company identifies a niche market opportunity based on data, and it needs high performance and increased agility to pursue and exploit it.
Both scenarios describe two different starting points to start building your corporate data platform. And in both of them, engaging with our customers, we have been able to deliver quantifiable returns in the very short term.
If you want to learn more about how we helped, please check our customer stories below.
Our workspace has become fully digitized in the last years. Productivity suites (for example, Microsoft 365, formerly known as Office 365) leave a digital trace of every single interaction we have with our colleagues,
The big barrier to achieve the expected results is a data integration problem. Different equipment and assets require different approaches to predictive maintenance, including the basic Condition Based Monitoring systems.
By deploying a Workplace analytics data platform, we help Bankinter to optimize Office 365 licensing costs, increase employee productivity and satisfaction.
Today, a gas station is much more than a refilling point. It has become an urban facility that provides a large number of valuable services (car wash, 24/7 shop, electric recharge, etc…).