The best businesses, regardless of their scale or industry, organise and deploy their proprietary information effectively. This company data is the key to unlocking more effective workflows, learning more about customers, reducing time costs, and improving the bottom...
In the data world there are traditionally three steps for handling data before you can even contemplate empowering your data systems with AI and machine learning algorithms: Organisations at the outset of their data journey need data capture systems to discover...
With the likes of the Forbes “30 under 30” list and “Business Leader of the Year” awards thrusting bold business figures into the limelight, it is easy to forget that a company’s success isn’t solely defined by its leader. There are a huge number of stakeholders that...
The COVID-19 pandemic ripped up the play book for businesses across every industry globally in 2020; but with a new year comes new possibilities. The crisis was a major opportunity for organisations to revamp operations with new data management software and analytics...
Short on time? Listen to the article or read along https://www.castsolutions.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/cast_article4.wav The global COVID-19 pandemic has transformed lives worldwide and put a huge strain on our established workplace norms. From disrupting...
Short on time? Listen to the article or read along https://www.castsolutions.com.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/cast_article1.wav Is ‘dirty data’ really that problematic for data analysis? As a company expands, the ever-growing mountain of data quite quickly breaks the...
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