We provide data analytics for business in the following industries, and help them leverage this information in smarter, better ways:
But if you don’t see your industry here, and think you need support to enable better business decisions, get in touch with us today.
When starting on your data and analytics journey, a crucial early step is to evaluate how your business is currently performing against industry best practice, and where it needs to get to, both in the short and long term.
Performing a thorough data and analytics maturity assessment enables your business to measure and set goals that help you begin planning the journey. It’s an audit of your current situation, and helps identify the current tools, processes, and procedures that your business uses in its data & analytics practices.
To begin the process, ask yourself:
There’s a lot to think about. Identifying and collating all these current maturity pointers gives you an idea of your business’ level of maturity in business data analysis—and exposes the gaps in your current governance framework.
Choosing the right data architecture and the data platform you’ll use is critical in setting your business up for success—so it’s important that you choose wisely. After all, you’re laying the groundwork for your business data analytics and management practices for the next five to ten years.
Switching from one cloud platform to another is an expensive move, and only organisations with a high degree of data & analytics maturity can safely juggle multiple platforms. So it’s
important that it meets your needs, and works in the most efficient and effective way for your organisation.
There are four leading cloud platforms to choose from:
As one of Australia’s leading data analytics companies, Tridant can help you determine the right platform for your business’ growth.
Choosing the best cloud infrastructure for your business really depends on how you’re going to use it, and what you’re using it for. There are three main options we recommend:
A private cloud is the most secure type of cloud computing. In this circumstance, your business retains exclusive use of the cloud computing resources, services, and infrastructure maintained on your own private network. They can be hosted on-site, or externally with a third-party provider. This method provides you with more control, flexibility, and security in your cloud computing operations.
Under a public cloud solution, all the software, hardware, and cloud infrastructure is owned and stored offsite, by your cloud service provider. You access your cloud services through your own secure user logins and access. However, you’re not the only one using the infrastructure. The hardware, storage, and network is used by a range of other tenants. Think of examples like Microsoft Azure, or Google Drive. A public cloud solution allows you to reduce costs, and not have to worry about maintenance or storage issues, while delivering exceptional reliability and practically unlimited scalability.
A hybrid cloud option is the most commonly used cloud solution. It enables your business to work within a private cloud environment, and retain the security of your private network, but with the ability to take advantage of additional public resources as your business’ computing demands fluctuate. It’s the best of both worlds, and a cost-effective option that empowers a gradual migration to cloud computing. It doesn’t happen all at once, so you can stage your migration over an extended period. We recommend this solution when your data-generating applications and processes need to be both on-site and in the cloud.
Get in touch with us to discuss the cloud infrastructure that will see you on your journey to becoming a data-driven organisation.
To really leverage the power of your big data analytics services, it’s all about matching the capabilities with your business needs. Choosing the right data architecture will set your business up for a productive and effective data-driven future.
At Tridant, we recommend Snowflake. Snowflake, The Data Cloud, is a SaaS platform that was born in the cloud and has been built to take advantage of cloud resources. It can sit on top of any of the three public cloud providers—Microsoft Azure, AWS and Google Cloud. This provides you with the assurance that this flexibility will stop you from being locked-in to one cloud platform.
Get in touch with us to take it for a test-drive.
Choosing the right business intelligence platform comes down to your organisation’s requirements. What do you need it to achieve? How does your data need to be displayed for maximum benefit? Different technologies offer different capabilities, and come at different price tags.
When set up correctly, your platform creates an organisation-wide tool that becomes a single trusted source of data, enabling self-serviceability and unlocking new question and answer sets not thought of previously. So in choosing this platform, look at it holistically. Think about more than data analytics. What other use cases will your business need? It could be for forecasting and budgeting, creating scorecards, and quick and efficient reporting.
At Tridant, we help you choose the tools in your toolkit that transform your business’ data from information to results. Our experts will work with you to identify what you need to achieve, and provide the best tools to get you where you need to go.
Get in touch with us today to discuss a data and analytics solution for your organisation.