What‘s on our mind

DIY vs Getting the Expertise: The value of learning from the experts

With growing awareness of the advantages that data can bring to maximising revenue and leveraging untapped business potential, it raises the question: do you build data capability in-house, or do you short-circuit potential mistakes and get there faster with external consultancy? Here’s why bringing in the expertise and external capacity offers advantages that not only fast-track initial outcomes, but also lay the foundations for long-term analytics maturity.

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Don't let data determine your destiny

Don’t let your data determine your destiny

Are you collecting the right data to help you achieve your goals? Most businesses collect data for an operational need, not an analytical one - which is not exactly useful when it comes time to see what data can tell them about how their business is performing. That's why we take a different approach. Find out why ignoring your data, and starting with business goals first, can change the course of destiny for your organisation.

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What's it like to work at X is Y?

What's it like to work at X is Y?

At a time when there’s tough competition to win the war on talent, we know we’re armed with more than just a few perks. Here are some of the ways we take action that actually reflects the respect we have for the time, contribution and effort of our people.

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Step back and define your goals with X is Y.

From conflicting spreadsheets to trusted insights

The allure of the spreadsheet is ubiquitous, but how many actually provide the accurate insight you need to make immediate business decisions? There’s a good chance that there’s unnecessary waste and risk in your organisation - but before you jump straight to automation, it pays to step back and define your goals. Here’s why.

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Throw another benefit log on the fire

Throw another benefit log on the fire

Many organisations battle with benefits. Either benefits aren’t being measured at all, or they are being measured, but they are too big or conceptual to land. So, how do you frame, realise and then measure the value your business offers? Here’s where we start.

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