Helping clients forge new paths in their own jungle of enterprise data
Product Perfect partners closely with companies of all sizes who are looking to build data management or business analytics solutions.
Low-code and no-code automation workflows augment data storytelling capabilities. This expands analytics beyond simply just data visualization but sets up dashboards filled with enriched contextualized insight.
Interaction methods like Natural language query (NLQ) and natural language generation (NLG) increases data democratization throughout an organization, allowing data to reach all important decisions-makers.
Building, deploying, and managing data visualization applications in the cloud increases the types and volumes of data available to visualize. Cloud computing provides nearly unlimited storage and scaling with unmatched parrellel processing speed.
Our team of seasoned database and business intelligence technology professionals has been creating durable and scalable analytics solutions for clients in numerous industries. The types of solutions varies widely but often fits into the following key blocks.
Somewhere in the depths of the businesses databases lives information that can be molded using reporting automation into actionable intelligence. Using tools like PowerBI or Qlik we can not only create rich and real time reporting, but reports that can be subtly changed by the average power user.
Advanced statistical techniques such as utilization of distribution curves and Bayesian analysis help identify problems and opportunities that reach statistical significance. A veritable unusual anomaly detector.
One of the fastest areas of growth, machine learning algorithms combined with big data have made major strides in their ability to supplant human decision making in some instances. This includes fraud detection, predicting future inventory needs, and facial recognition of employees among other capabilities.
The ability to monitor a business’ performance is critical. Imagine looking at a single web page that updates in real time with graphs and charts showing the health of your business. Tools like these can be easily created by leveraging business databases you likely already have in place. These tools can easily leverage your business’ pre-existing data bases.
Review business intelligence user interface dashboard design implementations by Sr. Product Design Consultants and Sr. Business Intelligence Analysts at Product Perfect.
BI tools enable users to connect to and ingest data from multiple types of storage platforms. Data visualization software like Qlik, Tableau, and Spotfire allow drag-and-drop functionality for users to define their measures, sets, groups, and hierarchies.
Conversational BI empowers users to build customizable chatbots that are linguistically rich and provide data in a conversational, interactable way. Natural language query (NLQ) and natural language generation (NLG) help democratize data so decision-makers can decide when and where they want it.
Today’s BI tools give users the ability to build, deploy and manage analytics and analytic applications in the cloud, based on data residing in the cloud, on-premises, or across multi-cloud deployments. Flexible and serverless cloud architecture lets organizations scale BI deployments across an organization as needed.
Data visualization options go beyond simple pie, bar and line charts today. Heat and tree maps, geographic maps, scatter plots, sunburst, Sankey, and other special-purpose visuals are easily added to dashboards to create pixel-perfect, parameterized and paginated reports. These can then automated and sent on schedules to a large user community.
of manufacturing businesses currently employ some form of cloud BI/analytics.
2020 Dresner Advisory Services. “Cloud Computing and Business Intelligence Market Study”
Joel Bander, Marketing Consultant
Senior consultants with business intelligence and analytics experience can set the stage for a well-framed engagement.
A focused session on your specific software applications, platforms, or projects. Typically this includes technical resources from both sides.