You may notice overlap between our recommendations for starting business analytics and building a data culture, and that is intentional. The two go hand in hand and you won’t see one without the other. Since data culture is based entirely on human change we wanted to write a dedicated post about it.
In the world of data analytics and business analysis, data pipelines are a necessity, but they also have a number of benefits and uses outside of business intelligence, as well. Today we are going to talk about how your business can benefit from a data pipeline, what a data pipeline entails, and provide a high-level technical overview of the key components to a complete data pipeline.
Welcome to our guide for building a business analytics program at your company. We’ve compiled this guide using our experience with customer projects, and development of our own analytics software. It includes a healthy mix of strategic and technical advice; as well as additional reading recommendations.
Here are 5 business analytics strategies you can use with your marketing data to increase customer engagement and sales. When you include business analytics to your marketing efforts, you enable your business to identify creative ways to approach your marketing, know where you have success, where you don’t, and be more efficient with your marketing campaigns and decisions over time.
Ken Klak joined ReconInsight in 2007 and has over 35 years of experience as a programmer, researcher, team leader, business analyst, data analyst, and IT consultant.
Kim Prince joined ReconInsight in 2013, and boasts over 25 years of experience with a B.S. in Management Information Systems. She is a certified Oracle Database administrator and developer, having successfully designed, developed, and supported databases holding terabytes of data.
Chris founded ReconInsight with Kevin in 2005. He specializes in computer programming, solution architecture, and product development. He has worked on complex software systems for over 20 years.
Kevin Fedorak founded ReconInsight with Chris in 2006. He has 33 years of experiencein IT administration, design, and architecture; and is one of the data architects of Ri360.
ReconInsight Principal Chris Reitter gave a webinar to the Western Telephone Alliance (WTA) on the topic of telecommunications data analytics trends entering 2019.
WTA is a national trade association that represents more than 340 small, rural telecommunications carriers providing voice, broadband and video-related services in the United States. WTA’s primary goals are to provide advocacy and educational opportunities for its members.