Here at Key Data we are expanding our horizons and would like announce that Sam Batchelor has recently joined the team. Sam has moved from Auckland, New Zealand with her husband and son, and brings a wealth of knowledge around data and especially Tableau. Previously at Fonterra as their Data Analytics Manager, Sam enjoys working [...]
Key Data Consulting wins the Tableau’s 2016 Services & Training Partner of the Year Asia Pacific Awarddavekeys 2017-03-06T12:26:41+00:00
I am incredibly proud to announce that Key Data Consulting has won Tableau’s 2016 Services & Training Partner of the Year Asia Pacific. With over 200 partners in the Asia Pacific region the award recognizes our team’s performance and achievements in helping customers to see their data differently, using Tableau. In the past year, we [...]
Our size, services, and reputation are growing! It’s still early in the year but already I have plenty of news to share. Firstly, I was thrilled to discover Key Data Consulting was one of only three Tableau Partners nominated for Services Partner of the Year at the 2016 Asia Pacific (APAC) Summit. The nomination at APAC [...]
I am pleased to announce that Key Data Consulting are now a QAssure (13459) and GITC (Q-5901) accredited organisation. This enables us to supply analytics platforms and training for your staff to meet Queensland Government requirements. Please get in touch or call me on 0417 432990 if we can help with your requirements!
This article from www.information-management.com was interesting for its predictions, main items that perked my interest were: Businesses will continue to shift focus from individual analytics professionals to the formation of effective analytics teams. Companies will move past the hype surrounding big data and seek to embed analytics in business processes to align with core organizational goals. Organizations will [...]
Well here goes, our first blog, In this I hope to demistify the nerdy side of turning back end operational data into strong management information. In these posts I plan to include: Various Analytics tools and techniques Data Warehousing More traditional Business Intelligence Scorecarding Balanced Scorecards (whats the difference you may ask) The multitude of [...]