…and release your pressures

Many organizations don’t know where to invest time, which tools to buy, which tools to build, or how to develop and execute technology roadmaps.


You may have these questions for your business and our business is not only answering them but also solving them intelligently!

How do I get started with analytics?

Do I need a data lake?

How can I monetize my data?

Where do I buy 3rd party data?

Should I hire a Data Scientist?

How do I know if I have Big Data?

Should I hire data Engineers?

How do I implement machine learning?

What should my Data staff be focused on?

How do we run a data governance program?

Which is the best data visualization tool?

Should I invest in predictive analytics?

What technology should I use to get me through the next 5 or 10 years?

The list can be daunting!

Most organizations struggle with these questions.

Large Enterprises have come to realize Chief Information Officers (CIOs) and Chief Technology Officers (CTOs) lack the skills and knowledge to tackle these data-specific subjects.

So the Chief Data Officer (CDO) was born.

Chief Data Officers are solely focused on data management.

“Early CDOs were focused on data governance, data quality and regulatory drivers, but today’s data and analytics leaders are becoming impactful change agents who are spearheading data-driven transformation.

It’s not difficult to see how, by 2021, the office of the CDO will be a mission-critical function comparable to IT, business operations, HR and finance in 75% of large enterprises.”

-Valerie Logan, Research Director at Gartner.

So exactly what does a CDO do?

Work with other executives to align data tech with the company objectives

Define a data technology roadmap

Define data owners – individuals in the business who will be responsible for

Executive Data Leadership in an affordable package

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