Tag Archives: data analytics

2018: The Year Excel (and PowerPoint) Reporting Goes to Bed

In marketing agencies, there are two kinds of numbers people: those who make reports, and those who ask for them. Regardless of which group you belong to, 2018 will be a year where you should start feeling the impact of cloud-based business intelligence (BI) tools like Tableau, Power BI, Qlik Sense and the now-free Google Data Studio. I say “should” because your organisation may not yet be willing to take the BI plunge next year. I get it — coming […]

Data Driven Business – A roundup from the major data analytics conference

Last week I went to the Data Driven Business conferences, which are essentially eMetrics, Conversion Conference, and Predictive Analytics World all at the same venue in London. In terms of analytics maturity, I would say that eMetrics was more intended to deliver the business value of data analytics to a wide audience, Conversion Conference was […]