Reporting & Analytics

With economic volatility it's evident that the ability of decision making that would once rely on experience, gut feeling or intuition is decreasing.  There is a greater demand for fast and reliable access to facts.  Historically Business Intelligence (BI) and Analysis tools have used in defensive mode - uncovering cost saving strategies or implementing new internal procedures, however the trend now is to gain real competitive advantage by really understanding your business information.

analyticsimageWe've worked with a client who initially and firmly believed that their industry didn't see trends in their sales, but after charting out their past 4 years have been astonished to see that each year reflected near identical peaks and troughs.  Armed with this information, the ability to plan and execute a far better service was now open.  They can now plan holidays around the quiet periods, employ contractors for the busy months, have a variable stock plan and schedule marketing strategies around the quiet periods.

Studies have shown that the 47% of decision maker know that they are making decision on incorrect data, yet they continue regardless.  Our aim is to ensure you are truly looking at the facts before making your decisions.

Think Insight will work with you to produce Visual Reports and dashboards.  We'll link directly to your data giving you up to date information for your business decisions.  Also, it's known that displaying KPI's publicly in the workplace encourages better and more reliable performance and therefore productivity.

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Kris Campbell
"When trouble arises, it's imperative to be back on the keys as quickly as possible. 90% of calls to the Helpdesk are resolved within 10 minutes."

Kris Campbell
Think I.T. Team

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