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| September 9, 2016

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Big data is no longer a choice – it’s a must. With an increasing number of large and small companies alike jumping on the bandwagon, the market has witnessed a skills shortage – whether it is data scientists, engineers, project managers, developers – the list goes on and on. Having worked in the big data space for years, our Training Director, Jasmine Huxtable-Wright, shares her views on why training is the key foundation for any organization wishing to become data-driven.

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Quantum is a data science company providing comprehensive services centered around the analysis and management of business data. Think of it as Management Consulting and IT Development all in one. With small teams of data scientists who master the disciplines of Quantitative Analysis & Modeling, Visualization & Reporting as well as Data Management and Computing Infrastructure we address a broad range of typical challenges, such as Customer Profiling and Segmentation, Marketing Analysis, Predictive Modeling and Forecasting, Performance Management and Survey Optimization. A typical journey starts with improving reports, uncovering key business questions, evolves into the design and set up of an environment for data management, includes bringing business knowledge into the digital world, introduces visualization and storytelling and ends up with the customer practicing data science. Big Data is a natural part of the process.

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Quantum is a data science company providing comprehensive services centered around the analysis and management of business data. Think of it as Management Consulting and IT Development all in one. With small teams of data scientists who master the disciplines of Quantitative Analysis & Modeling, Visualization & Reporting as well as Data Management and Computing Infrastructure we address a broad range of typical challenges, such as Customer Profiling and Segmentation, Marketing Analysis, Predictive Modeling and Forecasting, Performance Management and Survey Optimization. A typical journey starts with improving reports, uncovering key business questions, evolves into the design and set up of an environment for data management, includes bringing business knowledge into the digital world, introduces visualization and storytelling and ends up with the customer practicing data science. Big Data is a natural part of the process.

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