Slowly but surely, Data Analysis
becomes a necessity

Accumulation of Big Data is an industry phenomenon. It is a factor that is hard to ignore for long. Business leaders alike benefit from early adoption of structured data collection and analysis, where others fall behind. Data Analysis pushes the competition forward, increasing the gap between early adopters and the majority. Which side are you on?

Benefits for providers

  • Cut costs
  • Cross-selling
  • Limited fraud
  • Increased revenue
  • Productivity growth
  • Increased loyalty

Benefits for users

  • Personalized offers
  • Personalized pricing
  • Innovative user experience
  • Simple process
  • Efficient service
  • Trust in provider

Early adopters have paved the way

Interestingly, despite the many benefits of research and statistics, a very limited number of industries go for data-driven strategies in large numbers.



here are several major barriers to businesses who want to step into the data pool:

  • Skepticism from C-level leadership
  • Out of date technology

One of the largest reported barriers is the lack of analytical talent.
Hence many businesses choose to outsource their data analysis.

The A-team of consultants

Automated Analytics unites top minds in business innovation, business development, business translation and technology development. A consultation will outline a fast-track for you to:

  • Understand what potential big data analysis may hold for your business or organization;
  • Learn how to gather and collect data that is significant to your project;
  • Define weak points for your organization;
  • Define what success means for you;
  • Determine how data analysis will give you actionable advice;


Without appropriate expertise, the greatest business challenges are:

  • Determining the purpose of the analysis – main issues.
  • Implementing data collection and interaction strategies throughout the organization.
  • Action-oriented analysis of the collected data.
  • Implementing the recommendations based on the analysis results.
  • Educating management to understand and repetitively use analysis insights to manage change.

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