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All too often companies have only the vaguest idea about what kind of data they’re holding; because such data is very often hidden deeply away in a variety of databases and fragmented across different departments. We identify this data and bring it to light, making it visible, cohesive, comparable and easy to understand so that it really does support YOU in making the right decisions. And if need be, we can also identify any lacking data and define a concept to fill in the gap.
The Abilene Paradox: the inability to manage agreement

The Abilene Paradox: the inability to manage agreement

The Abilene Paradox refers to the paralysis organisations, and even individuals, often fall prey to. Please read the story below in the context of ‘The Corporate World’. On a birthday, a family decided to go out for dinner. The husband asked the wife, “Where should we go?” Thinking that he liked Gujarati food, she said, […]

How Not To Ask Questions After A Conference Talk

How Not To Ask Questions After A Conference Talk

Posted by on Nov 22, 2017 in Miscellaneous, Thoughts | No Comments

PyCon India 2017 ended last weekend in Delhi. The conference escaped the infamous winter smog-storm by a whisker. In the last few years, PyCon India has grown to become the largest PyCon outside of North America, with well over a thousand participants attending from all over the country and the conference itself being driven by […]

Power of Open data

Power of Open data

    Air-Pollution in Delhi reached a severe level during the festive season. Post Diwali the air quality in Delhi worsened and the city was covered in smog with zero visibility, reaching an alarming level with air pollution at its peak. While the city is smothered with air pollution there is an urgent need to […]

Expect The Unexpected

Expect The Unexpected

Posted by on Nov 18, 2015 in Thoughts | No Comments

I left for Panna with mixed emotions: excitement and anxiety – I was happy to have been selected as part of our company management workshop, but there was also apprehension and fear of the unknown – since this was the first time I wasn’t sure about what was expected from me. The team from Hyderabad […]

A silent move towards adaptive and model-dependent data models

A silent move towards adaptive and model-dependent data models

Posted by on Nov 7, 2015 in Thoughts | No Comments

Over the last decade there has been a substantial increase of the volume and complexity of the data we are collecting and storing. Now we see an increasing demand for real time data processing – a continuous process of input / output of data. Accordingly, the approach to data analysis and data processing has changed […]

8 Rules for Data Visualization

8 Rules for Data Visualization

In this age of data deluge in business, it might be obvious to think that data understanding and exploration has become a lot easier. You already have a lot of data to play around with, but how do you extract insights from them without burdening your schedule? Human minds are not programmed to be at ease […]