INSIGHTS AND DATA DRIVEN SOLUTIONS
Congratulations to SPP’s David Mackay who received ‘Most Outstanding Postgraduate Student Award’ for Victoria University’s Master of Sport Business & Integrity programme. With the pressures and complexity of contemporary sport management globally, having David lead our Sports, Media and Entertainment practice continues to deliver strategic commercial results for our clients from small and large sporting organisations.Read More
Many companies and government organisations are taking on large-scale, cross-departmental data analytics projects. SPP highlights a number of key dimensions that Senior Executives and Departmental Secretaries should be considering to build this type of complex program for success.Read More
Deep customer insight is a highly valued destination in financial services including banking, superannuation and insurance. Ultimately, it drives greater service, loyalty, and shareholder returns. Building a deeper and more insightful customer relationship, based on data, is more feasible than ever before. This article explores the 3 P’s that we think you need to consider in developing data-driven relationshipsRead More
SPP in partnership with EMC and Zetaris, have developed some specific use-cases for data analytics and data warehousing in the Healthcare sector. These are based on examples of specific deployments undertaken by EMC and their partner organisations in the USA.Read More
Big Data has been well recognised as a potential driver of business success. Yet when looking at how to both plan and execute on data-related initiatives, many organisations still take a traditional approach in an attempt to reap the benefits that big data can deliver – rather than considering a more agile approach.Read More
Leading organisations are using big data to better control their business and identify opportunities.
Data is essential to the strategic planning process. With access to the right data, organisations can answer key questions driving their future strategies, however the challenge many organisations face lies not in collecting data, but in understanding and interpreting it.Read More