Discover our insights, latest thinking, best practice techniques and experience when it comes to data services design, business process improvement and change, business transformation, and connecting data to decisions to save time and reduce costs in the Australian food and agriculture industries.
Christmas is here, the season of giving. What better way to give than to offer agriculture and food-related businesses tips, tools and tricks to transform their business in the new year?
Data Services Design is the process of creating a data-driven enterprise. A managed approach of continuous improvement to enable an organisation to unlock the potential of its data and information technology.
This is a little limerick I wrote about data. It a reflection of how I think about data whenever I’m designing or managing a project.
We live in an open world. Numerous Open Data movements have emerged and are now spreading into the mainstream. Where does the line of openness cross those of digital rights and if everything is open, where are the safe spaces in a digital world?
There are nearly 3 billion smartphones in the world, each one constantly producing valuable location data. Learn how to harness that data to effectively market to your customers and strengthen your business.
Big Data isn’t a temporary buzzword; it’s a reality that’s here to stay. The Big Data Maturity Model helps organisations to recognise and strategically grow their own capability towards data driven decision making.
Power and decisions are a match made in heaven. Good decision-making skills will bring you power just as well as having power will ease your decision-making process.
Three recent survey’s from Tier One Global Consultancy Firms suggest that when it comes to Big Data – everyone wants it and most have it. However there are some big barriers preventing its full potential.
The Unified Modeling Language or UML, is the common language of communicating concepts and process in projects. UML is to project planning, what formulas are to mathematics.
‘If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail’, so said Benjamin Franklin, American inventor and founding father. And today, we may add ‘but a plan to fail is the path to success’.