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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.
An ensemble segmentation approach to Healthcare problem

An ensemble segmentation approach to Healthcare problem

Client: A pharma major Time: May 2015   Objective: The client initiated a new biologic therapy and wanted to understand the potential drivers and barriers associated with it. He wanted to have a clear idea about the impact of the existing therapies in the market. To find this out we addressed the issues listed below […]

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 […]

A kick-start for my career

A kick-start for my career

Hello, I’m Nipun, an intern at Juxt Smart Mandate (JSM).   I’m a programmer and enthusiatic tinkerer who loves to play around with electronic boards and computer programs. I’ve always wanted to find a platform where I can get to to work on innovation and problem-solving. In January 2015 I was selected for the MIT […]

Know what your customers say!

Know what your customers say!

Posted by on Nov 3, 2015 in Case Studies | No Comments

Client: A Fine Dining Restaurant in New Delhi, India Time: April 2015 ————————– Problem Statement A fine dining restaurant in New Delhi, India failed to achieve a more than 10% growth rate over the past two years. Approach No one so far had analysed the thousands of reviews they had received online/offline over the years. […]