Science of sense making and Art of visual communication
Analytics is the discovery, interpretation, and communication of meaningful patterns in data, typically in the form of visual representation. Organizations apply analytics to operations data to describe, predict, and improve business performance.
We view visual analytics both an art and a science, applying statistics, computer programming and operations research, sometime simultaneously, to help our clients unearth previously unknown useful information, and communicate it clearly and efficiently via statistical graphics, plots and information graphics. We transform clients’ data into their competitive advantage.
Atop of technology, we approach, and encourage our clients to approach analytics in a structured way
1: Problem Formulation
Define the problem to be studied, the problem solving objective and the measure metrics. Stay focused, ignore irrelevant analytics, however enticing looking they may appear.
2: Examine Adequacy of Data
Review the existing data and find ways to use it constructively, determine if external sources are needed to solve the issue being tackled.
3: Generate Analytics
Apply the right methods to the data and extract insights based on the measure metrics identified.
4: Communicate Results
Deliver results in the best presentable format. Make sure the results be communicated with clarity, precision and efficiency, and get to the people who need them for smarter decision making.
deliver the right message, in full.
results are logical and consistent.
Levels of Detail
from broad overview to fine structure.
easily understood without context
and with a spirit of discovery
In search for answers to the problem being solved, we don’t limit ourselves in business legacy. With due respect to conventional wisdom, we encourage and convince our clients to be open to ideas that challenge their current practices.
Typical Analytics Delivered
Contributing factors to cost hike
Hidden causes of performance drop
Embedded trends or patterns
Intelligence in resource utilization