The challenges that businesses have faced with their data and marketing look very similar, as many of the findings in this latest round of research highlight. Some have seen little or no impact on their data strategies, whereas others have faced a significant change to their circumstances.
For many companies, their investment in data science and their emphasis on making it a first-class corporate function have paid significant benefits. They’re seeing substantial operating improvements, improved employee efficiency, new revenue streams and much more. Download this report to explore many of these benefits.
We asked our 2021 DataIQ 100 Top Ten to share their views on how to develop a data culture in an organisation, how to build out data literacy and their thoughts on creating a data-first mindset. You can find out what they think leads to success in this eBook.
Coronavirus has undoubtedly brought the need for more efficient data use to the foreground for many businesses. DataIQ surveyed 101 end-user practitioners in data and analytics from its community. This report looks into some of the lessons learned from this survey that will likely shape the future of the data market.
This report shows how businesses from various industry sectors adjusted their data strategies in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. As this report indicates, there’s a strong business need for insights derived from analysis of non-personal consumer data and a growing necessity to utilise it effectively.
Download this exclusive research by DataIQ and find out which organisations have achieved full alignment between their data and business strategies and how this relates to their data literacy and digital transformation programmes.
The cost of poor data quality on the organisation now stands at 8.8% of annual revenue. Download this report by DataIQ and Royal Mail to explore key data management challenges and the cost of poor data quality.
This report provides fascinating insights into how business organisations are harnessing the power of non-personal data. It underlines the critical importance of accessing third party data sources to support business strategy.
Industry data leaders from NHS Digital, Samsung Europe, Schneider Electric, TUI Group and Zurich will be presenting at the DataIQ Transform event taking place on Wednesday, November 13, 2019. We sat down with some of these industry leaders to learn more about their perspectives on the evolving data and analytics landscape.
DataIQ has chosen Ming Tang, managing director of data and analytics at NHS England, as the most influential person in data and analytics in the 2021 edition of the DataIQ 100. In partnership with Tableau, it is the first and only fully-curated power list of the data industry’s key figures.
DataOps can help deliver insights faster, with higher quality and resilience in the face of constant change. But there is a lot of confusion about what DataOps really means. Ted Friedman of Gartner outlines three value propositions that make sense of this approach.
The outsized role data science played last year has positioned the industry to thrive in 2021. Profusion’s Natalie Cramp considers some big changes over the next 12 months that will dictate how data science is used by organisations over the next decade.
In this edition, we have two extended interviews. Lynn Usher, data capability manager, talks about the NatWest Group Data Academy, winner of the 2020 DataIQ Awards Grand Prix. And Neil McIvor, chief data officer and chief statistician at the Department for Education, talks about holding two very different roles.