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Tools & Technology

Designing and implementing a flexible, effective, and functional modern analytics platform will not, in itself, guarantee the success of an advanced analytics strategy but failing to do so will lead to the demise of even the best-planned advanced analytics strategy or program.

Most successful advanced analytical practitioners agree that technology and tool choices cannot make an advanced analytics program successful, or confer competitive advantage, but suboptimal tool or technology choices can, and do, slow and divert high-velocity advanced analytics projects, waste time and money, and debit the political capital of advanced analytics teams.

IIA helps clients by sharing unbiased insights and experience on a range of technology related challenges while remaining vendor agnostic. Common topics include modern data architectures, buy-versus-build decisions, use of on-premise and cloud-based services, OS technologies, DevOps, DataOps, and selecting vendors and managing partner relationships.