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What Is Data Literacy?

By Jordan Morrow, Global Head of Data Literacy, Qlik

Adapted from his presentation at the Southern Africa Qlik Summit 2018

 

Data literacy will touch everything you are doing within your data initiatives. If you’re not comfortable with it, it’s because you’re not speaking the data literacy language.

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The Rise Of Data Literacy

By Jordan Morrow, Global Head of Data Literacy, Qlik

Adapted from his presentation at the Southern Africa Qlik Summit 2018

 

“Data literacy” is a term we’ve heard many times – and one we will definitely hear more and more in the future. We’re living in a world of data, and in the last two years we’ve amassed more data than in the history of the world. Yet, as more money means more problems, so more data can mean more problems.

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How To Make Data Analytics Relevant

By James Hickman, Managing Director, South Africa Qlik Master Reseller

As presented at the Southern Africa Qlik Summit 2018

 

Data is the foundation of the transformation journey. It is driving the accelerated growth towards a transformed world. However, far too often, data is also the problem – as we witness data warehouses and lakes rapidly transforming into data swamps and graveyards.

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Digital Transformation In The Analytics Economy

By David Bolton, Vice President, Industry Solutions & Business Value, Qlik

Adapted from his presentation at the Southern Africa Qlik Summit 2018

 

Through the strategic use of data, organisations are empowered to solve complex business problems. Whether it is surgeons determining how and when to offer care to who, or criminal justice departments looking for trends to curb crime, transforming internal data analytics capabilities is essential.

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Data: The Foundation Of Accelerated Growth In A Transformed World

In an ever more connected world, it is essential that businesses find their footing on the transformation journey. Data is the foundation of this journey, providing the key to get the vehicle to insights moving. Through the effective use of data, accelerated growth is driven, propelling us towards a transformed world.

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The Analytics Economy And The Rise Of Data Literacy

Modern businesses are beginning to uncover how visual analytics can be used to discover hidden relationships in simple and complex data. Why does this have such a resounding impact? It provides the key to unlock powerful insights, meaning businesses can make better-informed decisions, faster, while experiencing incredible business benefits.

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Strategic Employee Management With Data Insights

At the end of 2017, Statistics South Africa* reported that South Africa’s formal non-agricultural sector shed 31 000 jobs in the third quarter of 2017. “With losses of 41 000 in March 2017 and 31 000 in June 2017, this marks the third straight quarter of job losses across South Africa. The job market has experienced notable pressure in the last year, with 83 000 formal jobs lost from September 2016 to September 2017.”

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Business Intelligence For Solid Supply Chains

Effective supply chain management (SCM) relies wholly on real-time, accurate data. If the information used to forecast, plan and guide operations is corrupt or imprecise, the results will be poor. To manage the flow of goods and services successfully, businesses must connect and manage the chain from end-to-end, while increasing visibility, reducing risks, and optimising operations.

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Innovating Manufacturing With Data Analytics

Across the entire value chain, manufacturing organisations are under constant pressure to innovate products and services. To remain competitive, greater customer intimacy must be established, and more must be achieved with less resources. This is no easy feat.

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How Data Drives Success In Retail

Across the retail sector, there are three fundamental shifts that need to occur in the digital transformation journey. The first is the rise of the empowered consumer. The second is the omni-channel development of the agile supply chain. The third is the changing role of the store, which must focus more on engagement and creating an experience for customers.

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