Dun & Bradstreet, a business information data company that provides business credit reports, has over 330 million business records on its Data Cloud. Andy Crisp tells Toni Sekinah about his observation having completed 20 years in at Dun & Bradstreet and what it means to ‘own’ data at the company.
Electronics giant Siemens and blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan are both improving their data practices with a self-service analytics platform. Toni Sekinah hears from Jon Cajacob and Franky Stephenson who say that self-serve analytics is making their organisations more efficient and more productive, and the charity data is no longer in a ’shack’.
Data aggregation is about breaking down silos and collaborating for the benefit of customers, according to Daryl D’Cruz of Samsung Europe. He told Toni Sekinah what winning the Data Aggregation prize at the DataIQ Awards meant to him and how the approach he used could be applied on a global scale.
Chris Drouin of Asics Digital deals with consumer analytics and insights, machine learning models and data-driven solutions. He spoke to Toni Sekinah about the dream at Asics, a sports brand specialising in running shoes, of a single customer view as well as the benefit of moving to a cloud-based data warehouse.
The Bauhaus art school was founded 100 years ago this year. The global design movement initiated by the school’s foundation changed architecture and interior design forever. Has it also influenced the field of data visualisation and communication?
Tableau’s Andy Cotgreave considers.
Receipt Bank automates the data entry and data capture of invoices and receipts by making use of cloud computing. Steve Lucas tells Toni Sekinah how the big data analytics platform it uses made access to customer insights quicker and easier.
Kinnari Ladha of TUI Group has some words of advice for fellow data professionals seeking to gather, draw insight and benefit from customer data. She points out the questions they should ask themselves. Toni Sekinah reports.
Data analysts may feel their struggle to make data comprehensible through great visualisation are dealing with a 21st Century problem. But as Tableau’s Andy Cotgreave explains, it is a problem with a 250-year history that’s well worth understanding.
When Jonathan Palmer of GoCardless joined the company, he was tasked with turning it into an increasingly data driven company, specifically from a business intelligence point of view. He speaks to Toni Sekinah about the tools and platforms he uses and why it was easy to get adoption of the data driven culture.