Pharmacy leaders: Transform your role and increase your impact using business intelligence.
The Auto industry was already facing more challenges than ever before and there is profound change afoot for the franchised dealer. Conall Lavery outlines how now is the time for outsourced BI and how great management will determine who comes out the other end.
The ability to make faster, more important decisions is the key to business resilience. And now has never been a more important time to take advantage of data-driven BI tools.
Big Data vs Wide Data: Whilst everyone is familiar with the hype around Big Data, it has achieved hardly any traction in Motor Dealer Groups. John Hogan will argue the holy grail is not so much a Big Data solution but that of a Wide Data solution.
Growing services right now is the best way to grow profit: RWA customers do twice as many NMS as the rest of the industry.
As the automotive industry is rapidly changing and dealers are struggling with new car sales and the COVID-19 emergency, the need for modern data analytics tools has never been more in demand.
A member of the RWA Team, Stephen Lavery addresses the challenges of leveraging the capabilities of machine learning and outlines a practical example of how it can be used to deliver better patient care in pharmacy.
At Ford data analytics devises every business move that they make, from forecasting the price of commodities to figuring out what consumers want, where it should source parts and how to power its line-up of motor vehicles.
Big Data is not a new concept, businesses have been gathering data for many years but it’s only in recent times that companies have found ways to make the most of their data. Data is everywhere, from every Google search and second spent on Facebook, to making purchases - everything is converted into data.
In the NHS data to March just released, items for the month were down 3.9% on the month compared to March the previous year due to their being an extra Saturday in March of this year.