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The Looming Industrialization of Data Analytics In A
Business Unit
In a data environment, it is a bit of custom for the researcher to go through all the data
sets and draw insights for the use of the decision makers. The analysts build their
storylines using valuable data attribution modelling tools and customer inputs from
various data sources and then apply tests and scripted codes for further analysis.
However, today the volume of the data has increased manifold and the variety of data
flowing in, is also growing much faster. It becomes harder eventually for the scientists
and analysts to cover all the analysis of the work inflow or the data. Earlier there was a
time when there were simple 2-3 reporting points but today the numbers have inched up
to almost a hundred. With this ever-growing and rapid industrialization of data, there is
an urging need to automate the analytics process.
Data Processing In The Modern Day: Today data researchers are willing to be a part
of a more automated and cost-effective process. This way companies can harness the
vastness of the data production.In the recent years, the power of industrialization has
been explored and nurtured. The data essentially is the core for the creation of value
and all the other physical assets are losing their significance owing to the modern
digitized economy. Today, developers, researchers, and analysts are at the top and
much in demand.
There has been a global increase in the demand for trade with data rather than trade
with goods.
The Six Sigma And Agile Principle: In order to nimble the rise in industrialization
process, and foster improvements, a team of Deloitte analysts suggested a Six Sigma
and Agile principle. This was a simple and an effective guide to creating an efficient
organization muscle that is needed to sustain and evolve through the ever-changing
industrial scenario. There have been several patterns proposed earlier as well, in order
to achieve the scale at which the data integration as a service has increased, to cope up
with the ever-growing economy.
Here have a look at some of the techniques used in an organization by the scientists to
manage the data influx:

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Functional: The data researchers and analysts are generally located in the various
functional departments of an organization like the supply chain or the marketing team.
This way they are a part of a core where there is maximum analytical activity taking
Centre of Excellence: There is a central team that generally coordinates all the
activities of the analysts across all the teams in order to share knowledge and best
practices through the organization.
Consulting: In this, the analysts are generally a part of the central department, but they
are distributed according to different projects and initiatives. The data researchers work
under separate business units who also fund them.
Centralized: The business researchers are a part of a central group. While they are a
part of a unified system, they serve a variety of function and business units. Also, they
work on diverse projects.
Dispersed: The analysts and researchers are a part of different teams and units and
they work according to the different business function they are a part of.
The analysts today are more inched towards using the latest ​attribution modelling
software​, which can help them as well as the company to achieve the desired numbers
and goals and hence fulfill their overall target. They are well-acclimatized to understand
the potential customer through such techniques.

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