Data is everywhere. Data is revolutionising business, changing the way organisations work, the services they offer and the decisions leaders make. This trend is obvious in born digital businesses like Netflix, Amazon and Uber. Their data is used to make recommendations, manage inventories or match
Unilever, Kraft Heinz, Kimberly-Clark, Nestlé and Diageo. Just a small selection of the heavyweights that have benefitted from the success of the fast-moving consumer goods industry over the last decades. These companies have achieved success by leveraging strong retail relationships and driving down costs through
The UK Government’s Department for Digital, Media, Culture and Sport (DCMS) is aiming “to unlock the power of data across the wider economy” by developing a National Data Strategy. DCMS has released a call for evidence, part of which invites a “review of commonly quoted
We currently create over 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day1, and this number is set to increase with the rise of the Internet of Things and proliferation of applications that benefit from machine learning and artificial intelligence. To process this massive amount of data,
A year ago, we were warned that data accessibility was one of the major challenges facing Big Data organisations. Richard Joyce, a senior analyst at Forrester, said that “a 10% increase in data accessibility will result in more than $65 million additional net income for
Anmut was founded on the principle that data is your most valuable asset, if not now, definitely tomorrow. We bring new and innovative tools to organisations to help them make the paradigm shift.
Herman Heyns, former lead partner at Accenture, KPMG and EY, and Professor Andy Neely from Cambridge University, combined forces to bring you a team with unrivalled reach and understanding of the topic of data and value.
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