PA uses business intelligence (BI) to help clients identify new markets, understand customers, manage profitability, cut costs, monitor risk, model scenarios and manage performance.
In an economic climate where business leaders are expected to deliver more for less, they must also gain insight into their customers and products from diverse data sources and comply with growing regulatory pressures.
Smart organisations that understand how to capture and analyse information from large volumes of complex data (big data) are in a strong position to meet these challenges.
Our expertise in BI techniques and approaches is reinforced by our understanding of individual sectors. We also have the technical proficiency required to provide industry-leading advice on mobile and cloud technologies, enabling employees to access information in all environments.
We have used BI to help organisations achieve the following:
Reduce costs and improving efficiency
We used BI to deliver a new IT service management model for a leading Dutch retail bank, helping it understand the full implications of its new management model to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
Manage regulatory compliance
To demonstrate that a client’s business decisions were based on the same information it used for regulatory reporting, as demanded by Solvency II regulations, we created a business intelligence competency centre to balance control and quality with flexibility and responsiveness in its regulatory reporting.
Effectively manage information
We used real-time analysis to help North West Strategic Health Authority (NWSHA) identify critical business issues. Our system created an effective data-analysis facility so NWSHA could challenge providers and commissioners on their performance, improving the identification of critical issues.
To secure competitive advantage by using business intelligence, contact us now.