In some insurance companies over 90% of data is inaccessible- stored in emails, text based forms and hard copy. Yet the information stored there is vital if decision making and execution is to be optimised. This holds good for organisations across the private and public sectors.
That's why I was drawn to the article below. Hewlett Packard Enterprise has two great products to manage structured and unstructured data meaning enterprises can access 100% of the data in an organisation.
That data can be analysed by the modern, agile analytics tools like those from Logi Analytics. For competitive advantage you should be planning to exploit:-
And to make it acceptable and used by all staff Visual Analytics must be world class
“There are real business-relevant signals in all of these types of media,” Chui says, “and we’re seeing a lot of innovation in tools and techniques to try to analyze those things and analyze trends and consumer sentiment. So if you think these sources and types of data are relevant for making business decisions, and in many cases those decisions have to be made on an increasingly local level, then you have to ask yourself, how can you bring the tools that allow you to use these new sources of data to the person who can best make use of that data and those insights.”