Data's role in your business, mapped, measured, and valued.
Businesses doing digital transformation say data’s incredibly valuable. But data’s value is hard to measure and easily forgotten.
Anmut values your data, so you know which are your most valuable data assets, and your board and business understand just how valuable data really is.
Read how we helped one business understand its data is worth £60bn, and the Chief Data Officer change the conversation so data’s now an investment not a cost.
Making your data work for you
One of our clients has a big vision. Achieving it means they must become data driven. They knew this meant making the data work for their business, so we worked with them to improve their data so it did.
Now the CFO knows where investments in data will give the biggest business return. The CDO knows which data assets drive the most value today and which will be crucial tomorrow.
Everyone is aligned and building a data-driven culture because they know the value of data.
Proving exactly how your different data assets create value
Making sure more of your business investments pay off
Transforming your culture by changing your data
Our latest insights
Does your organisation have a data culture? The amount of data has exploded in the last decade. Ever more organisations have started their journey to becoming data-driven and utilising data to make better decisions more often. As a result, organisations recognise that fostering a data culture is vital and are starting to ask what “good” looks like. Today, every organisation
Context is everything. Facts, events, statements, and statistics without proper context have little value and only lead to questions and confusion. This is true for life in general, but it’s especially applicable to the data you use to power your business. Data without context is just meaningless noise, and any effort to improve or extract value from your data without considering the
“Data is the new corporate currency” This phrase is regularly thrown around but most organisations are not connecting the dots, failing to see their data as a tangible asset in order to help their digital transformation efforts succeed. While businesses are happy to make investments in their underlying technology to become more data-driven, they could fail to realise an ROI
Data culture in three components
Data quality vs data condition: the power of context
Why managing data as an asset is inevitable