Insight. noun. a clear, deep and sometimes sudden understanding of a complicated problem or situation

Cambridge Dictionary

INSIGHTS

Accelerate New Digital

“If we can maintain even 60% of the pace we have right now, we will still drastically accelerate the pace of our transformation. Automation drives productivity whilst also allowing cross functioning teams to share a common purpose”

Think Different

“A lot of executives think a big part of their job is making the tough calls; relying on the experience, industry knowledge, and judgement. While I value those things, I value them a lot less than I used to. Machine learning will change the way executives do their jobs”

Insight-Driven Enterprise

Despite aspirations for a digital future, only 31% of senior executives consider their companies to be insight-driven and only 25% said they feel prepared to make use of data [Accenture 2019]. The window is rapidly closing for organisations not maximising value from their data.