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Organizations talk about becoming ”data-driven” but few have defined what it means. Our definition is- involve objective truths in your operational, tactical and fact-based decision making.
A data-driven organization will use the data as critical evidence to help inform and influence strategy. It’s important to remember that technology and training can do the first part: enable analysts to run analyses and write up their findings. However, it is the culture that sets up the mindset and process to observe those findings, trust them, and act upon them.
In a data-driven business you can expect improved operational efficiency and better business understanding. You will have streamlined processes and enable business leaders to make informed decisions that gives you a clear transformation from data assets into competitive insight.