Everywhere you turn, it’s data this, analytics that. The use cases are vast, the promises endless: “It’s the wave of the future, everyone is doing it, and it will generate money, money, money.” Yet we see companies spend tens of millions, or even hundreds of millions of dollars, on traditional data and analytic solutions that fail to live up to expectations. The bottom line is this: companies invest in the wrong data technologies, build solutions in a vacuum, and struggle with how to apply data and analytics to generate business value.
Initial assessment and blueprint
We will evaluate your current technology stack and work with your IT leaders to determine the best data architecture solution.
Strategy and delivery roadmap
We have a proven methodology to evaluate both business and technical requirements, provide resource and cost estimates, and translate your inputs into an actionable roadmap to implement the solution.
We like to say our Delivery Roadmap is so good that any company can execute it on their own, but we know most companies don’t have our years of experience or expertise. We’re ready to deliver an end-to-end architecture and technical solution.
We know the work doesn’t stop when the project is implemented; we are prepared to help augment your staff with post-production support.
Cloud data lake drives business transformation ›
Diagnostic querying in real-time ›
Winning advertising dollars through a better data infrastructure ›
Navigating data assets for valuable investments ›
Building a future-state platform for a data giant ›
Rip and replace
Replace highly expensive EDW platforms, such as Teradata or Netezza, into cloud-based data warehouses like Snowflake and Redshift.
Augment your data warehouse
Leverage data lakes to stage, process and archive all your EDW platform data, and offload ad-hoc queries and analytics into the data lake. Augmenting your data warehouse allows you to free up resources from expensive platforms.
Companies are trying to replace Teradata with Hadoop technologies and failing miserably. While Hadoop can augment Teradata, it cannot replace it to the point where a company can expect equivalent or better performance.
We have better cloud data warehouse options if you want an alternative to Teradata. We have proven with previous clients an improvement in end-user query performance by a factor of four times, along with a reduction in cost by at least 50%. Our clients find that the improvement in query performance drives substantial business benefits through system efficiencies and productivity gains by knowledge workers.
We continue to see and deliver the following use cases at our clients, regardless of industry. The one component they all have in common is the use of our Modern Data Architecture solution.
Customer 360 and single view of customer
We know companies want to understand everything they can about their customers. We implement advanced customer MDM solutions, create standard customer profiles, and build entity resolution models to provide a single, yet holistic view of the customer.
Customer analytics and micro-segmentation
We have a customer analytics playbook that spans strategy, team roles, BI tool kits, and core business capabilities. This package is designed to provide robust information about your customer base so you can make decisions and target at the micro-segment level.
Personalization and customer experience
Take your customer insights to the next level, and let us help provide an avenue to tailor marketing materials, sales techniques, exclusive offers, and dedicated experiences.
Consumer and digital engagement
Knowing customer interactions across channels are critical to providing robust experiences and improving satisfaction. We have data solutions designed around preference management, interaction management, and digital engagement.
Financial accounting and revenue recognition
We help companies master their financial data across the globe, and consolidate into integrated income statements and balance sheets. We even have a solution to support the new revenue recognition regulations—ASC 606.