Benchmark your company’s data and analytics capabilities

Posted on 3 Apr 2013 by Tim Brown
Big data by luckey_sun

Leading commentators are saying that the combination of data and analytics is the secret to success but how are UK companies really performing in this area?

The March/April issue of ICAEW’s Chartech magazine supports the view that data science will differentiate the successful organisation of the future.

So what does this mean for your business?  How ready are you for the change in data access, storage and processing?  How are your current data and insight practices already building the right culture to understand where you can uncover and leverage drivers for growth?

The Manufacturer in combination with PMSI AlignAlytics have put together a survey designed to give you a quick indication as to how ready you are.

There are 10 key questions in this survey and will take no longer than 3 minutes to complete. The results of the survey will allow us to get an understanding of your analytics culture and where you sit on the Analytics Maturity Curve.*

We will also enter you into a prize draw to win a new Microsoft Surface Pad and 2 days of a PMSI Data scientist’s time, valued at £3,399.** So we wish you luck and look forward to seeing your results.

*Upon completion of the survey we will email you a report detailing where you sit on the Analytics Maturity Curve and high level steps you can take to leverage growth through this new discipline. Please complete your details below to receive this personalised report.

Take the survey here.

PMSI AlignAlytics is a newly merged business of IT technology specialists and data scientists.  The team has experience in working on insight and BI strategies across many sectors, including manufacturing, so have seen a spectrum of experience and capability.

The survey should only take between 2 and 4 minutes to complete.  The team at PMSI will then provide you with a short report showing you where you sit on the analytics maturity curve and your readiness for analytics as a growth tool.

We will also use this data to begin benchmarking the manufacturing sector’s strength in this area, and its potential to achieve growth from this emerging discipline.

Take the survey here.