Pretty much everyone knows that Tableau creates the best looking charts on the planet - heck, even Gartner knows it! But there's more to Tableau than beauty, elegance and speed. You want to know that your visualisation engine is matched by your data ecosystem, that your analytics are able to track real trends and outliers in your business and that your people are really beginning to speak the language of data. In short, you want a return on this investment.
As Tableau partners of four years' standing, we deep dive below the surface to ensure that you can fully leverage all the benefits of the Tableau approach. We uncover potential obstacles as well as identifying assets to simplify and accelerate your Tableau journey.
Most organisations have spent a good deal of money and time on their data warehousing and there is no need to rebuild or start an expensive refresh. We show you how to get rapid returns with the minimum time and cost. Get started today! Request a free trial or more details on our fast start programme.
G-Cloud is the groundbreaking initiative by the UK Government to bring the efficiency, scale and cost benefits of public cloud computing to the public sector. Using a pre-approval framework, the procurement overhead associated with traditional ICT purchasing is minimised.
We are proud to be awarded on all the G-Cloud frameworks to date, and we have expanded our portfolio of services with each iteration. Naturally, there are regulations covering storage and processing of Government data, so all services are deployed within secure, approved data centres. Depending on the requirement, services up to Business Impact Level 3 are available.
Any public sector organisation, from national Departments to Local Authorities and arms length bodies and agencies all qualify to purchase services under the framework, so review our services catalogue to see what fits your current requirement.
We are passionate about the benefits of public open data, free at point of use, and its ability to promote innovation and growth. Initially working with the Guardian Data Blog to promote the use and public interaction with open data, more recently we have focused on our work with the Ministerial Advisory Group - Open Data User Group (ODUG).
ODUG has already seen significant success with community engagement and creating transparent processes. This has led to the creation of a new form of Open Data - Demand Led Open Data. This is important progress, but we believe there is more to do, particularly concerning citizen-centric engagement, data curation and ownership. We are working with a number of Smarter Cities programmes and initiatives to deliver the value from Open Data.
Open data gallery coming soon
Data Journalism: Mapping the future is the title of a new book which provides an introduction to the tools and techniques needed for the treatment of numbers and data in journalism.
Our CEO has written the chapter Data Visualisation: Now for the Science, and our CTO designed the dataviz on the front cover.
You can see the review by Jonathan Stoneman on the BBC website. Interactive version of the dataviz coming soon!
Jacqui has 25 years experience of deploying technology change across the world. After implementing a banking regulatory change programme with Web 3.0 tools she co-founded FlyingBinary.
An appointment for the second year to the Open Data User Group as an Open Data domain expert recognised her as a web scientist of influence in the era of Big Data. A recent inclusion as a data innovator for a number of the smart city initiatives signals the next steps for her company and the Internet of Things which will transform all our daily lives.
Jacqui trains Advanced Analysts on the Science of Data Visualisation is a regular speaker on Cloud Adoption, Big Data, Smarter Analytics and Profiting from the Web.
Jacqui has just collaborated with datajournalism thought leaders to produce her first book “Mapping the Future” which signals the changes for the industry
Ian has 25 years experience deploying technology across the world. After implementing a banking regulatory change programme with Web 3.0 tools he co-founded FlyingBinary.
FlyingBinary is a web science company which implements the latest technologies to provide game changing business results in a number of verticals across the globe. The company has been awarded all 4 G-Cloud Framework agreements for all of its Big Data platforms and Analytics Services by H M Government. A recent inclusion as a data innovator for a number of the smart city initiatives signals the next steps for his company and the Internet of Things which will transform all our daily lives.
Ian trains Advanced Analysts on the Science of Data Visualisation is a regular speaker on Cloud Adoption, Big Data, Smarter Analytics and Profiting from the Web. FlyingBinary is an Industry Partner at the faculty of Web Science at Southampton University, and is currently involved with a number of research projects related to the future of Cyber Security.
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