You have terabytes of recorded and stored data, but do you possess great information?
This is a common dilemma faced by many companies transitioning into the new age of data collection, analytics, and business intelligence. They have gone through the era focused on data collection for efficient administration. Thus, it was easy to see what made those systems valuable – the ability to review data such as client history, production rates or employee records.
These and other legacy systems have collected and stored multiple terabytes of data that are waiting to be further utilized. This trove of historical data sits mostly idle in data warehouses and is generally not interconnected due to the fact there are no obvious connections between these disparate data stores.
However, new data analytics technologies can mine these seemingly unconnected data repositories to derive insights that can provide your organization with a competitive edge. These mountains of collected data are becoming the sites of a new digital gold rush. Companies that have invested in data collection technologies and data storage are now sitting on claims that may be prospected for hidden treasures.
Therefore, when we install our DDR technology we encourage our clients to look at their stored data with an eye on finding how they can multiply the value through prospecting in the stored data archives.
Our team of dedicated data analysts can help you with the prospecting process. Just ask us how!