We help small businesses use data to better understand and improve their business while optimizing their business models
Many small businesses believe that they don't need data or they are too small for it to make an impact. This is far from the truth. Data provides businesses with actionable insights needed to become better optimized and more profitable.
Big data is the term used to describe large volumes of data that a business creates as part of its everyday business operations. Most of the data collected are structured, which means it is able to be searched and is highly organized.
"Companies that leverage big data analytics tools enjoy 15% more sales than companies that fail to do so"
Big data and data analytics lead to better business decisions. By tracking, visualizing, and understanding your business data, you are in turn able to make what is called an informed decision about your business's future. The importance of data helps businesses to gain a competitive edge over their competitiors by:
Small businesses run on data. With all that data where are you going to store it? This is where databases come into play. Databases help organize things such as: customer data, inventory, employee data. Through databases, data analysis will be easier and more streamlined to make your business more efficient and optimized.
Dashboards are analytics that allows the user to track critical insights in real-time. They allow business owners to access information on-demand as well as track vital information on how the business is doing.
Data reports help validate or disprove that gut feeling that something in your business is going wrong. It allows you to view actionable data and connect the dots between metrics and the company's performance as a whole. We use processed data to create those insights that lead directly to better business decisions.
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