Data has become invaluable to businesses around the world today. It is everywhere, and more and more people are using it to make decisions.
For this reason, it is becoming increasingly important for companies to be able to access and analyze all types of data from anywhere in the world. How can this be done? Through integrated analysis.
What is integrated analysis?
Integrated analytics is the technology designed to make data analysis and business intelligence more accessible to any application or user.
The main objective behind this technology is to help both front-line staff and business managers make decisions. In other words, today’s embedded analytics is not just for data analysts: it is explicitly designed to help business users leverage data-driven information to make the best decisions.
It consists of the integration of an online application and a data warehouse that provides information in an interactive, summarized and contextualized manner. Less time is spent on data preparation and more time on actionable analysis.
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Currently, only integrated analytics is able to provide the level of access required and necessary for business intelligence. In addition, the data is integrated into the users’ natural workflow, without the need to switch to another application.
More and more large enterprises are taking the initiative to develop their own applications with integrated analytics. Now, Looker offers the opportunity to accelerate time to value for your data-driven applications with consistent, live metrics and complete control of the user experience. Driving your company’s growth with integrated analytics will enable you to:
- Create data applications faster.
- Create better user experiences.
- Reduce development costs.
- Generate new revenue streams and drive growth.
- Create connected workflows.
Benefits of incorporating an integrated analysis in your company
Create new income opportunitie
One of the most valuable aspects of advanced analytics is its ability to help you design new business models that monetize the data you already have, creating new sources of revenue.
Also, it is able to enhance data analysis with third parties to gain additional insights into customer behaviors and preferences.
Speeding up the valuation process and reducing costs
Another major benefit of integrated analytics is that it drives efficiency. This is because there is no need to create analytical applications from scratch; many integrated analytics tools are already available.
Integrated analytics leverages these tools and the data you already have to get more value, automating processes wherever possible – from data management to information delivery.
In this way, unnecessary human intervention is eliminated, accelerating time-to-value and, consequently, reducing costs.
Do you want to know more about integrated analytics? Would you like to implement it in your company? In Nubalia Part of Devoteam we want to help you with the whole process, so if you have any doubts just contact us.