Are you already fully capitalising on the potential of data within your organisation? Our data professionals will help you with this. We will work with you to extract the maximum value from your data. We prefer to do this in a pragmatic way and with an approach that suits you, your team and your organisation.
Model of building blocks for data-driven work
Step by step, we help you build a data-driven organisation. Our specialists work together in multidisciplinary teams. This way you have the right expertise at the right time.
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120+ data consultants working on your data issues
As your data partner, we help you achieve your goals step by step using data. We provide strategic advice and practical implementation. From data to action. Together with you, we map out your wishes and needs. You are then introduced to the data professionals who can help you. They can fall back on our entire team for this.
A successful data project, arranged from A to Z
To capitalise on the full potential of your data, you keep optimising and innovating. Our data professionals take care of your data project from A to Z or add specialist knowledge to your project team.
Fully rely on data that is correct with our data services
Do you want to be sure that you can rely on your data and that your data-driven processes will continue to run smoothly? That you not only make the right decisions regarding the set-up of your data operation, but also that your tooling and processes will actually keep working. We ensure the continuity of your data operation and help you expand.
Learn to work more effectively with data via our Data Academy
Do you want to create internal support for data-driven working, increase the level of knowledge or develop a data-driven mindset? You can contact us for a training course or inspiration session about data for you, your team and/or your organisation.
How we helped our customers
Digital transformation and better internal collaboration thanks to insight into offline and online data.
Publisher Malmberg collects a lot of offline and online data. More and more educational institutions are using online licenses in addition to (or instead of) printed teaching materials. To properly make use of this, Malmberg uses monthly reports. The in-house data team compiles these as input for specific departments. Malmberg asked us to strengthen this team and make the internal processes around data more efficient.
Central data storage with a new data infrastructure
Dedimo is a collaboration of five mental healthcare initiatives. In order to continuously enhance the quality of their care, they organize internal processes more efficiently. Therefore, they use perceptions from the data that is internally available. Previously, they acquired the data themselves from different source systems with ad hoc scripts. They requested our help to make this process more robust, efficient and to further professionalise it. They asked us to facilitate the central storage of their data, located in a cloud data warehouse. The goal was to set up the data infrastructure within this environment, since they were already used to working with Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Data-driven work in a crisis organisation
Dienst Testen is a crisis organisation created during the corona pandemic. Under the banner of the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport (VWS), Dienst Testen ensures that everyone in the Netherlands can be tested quickly and reliably. Dienst Testen does this in collaboration with the municipal health services (GGDs) and laboratories. To quickly gain insight into the corona test figures in the Netherlands, Dienst Testen asked us and a number of other data consultancy parties to create dashboards in collaboration.
Measurable impact Service Design team on UX internal tools
KLM Digital Studio builds innovative digital solutions to make working at KLM more efficient, effective and enjoyable. One of the teams within Digital Studio, the Service Design team, is concerned with user experience. They conduct user research, build designs and test design ideas for new digital solutions. KLM asked us to provide insight into the impact of this team on the UX of its internal tools.
Data-driven web and customer experience optimisation
Eneco customers can enter into or change an energy contract via the website, but also purchase a charging station or hire an energy coach, for example. Eneco wanted to bring in more expertise regarding the field of digital analytics. We helped Eneco find an extra Web analyst with whom this ambition could be fulfilled.
The proven added value for Fietsvoordeelshop
Fietsvoordeelshop has seven physical stores and a webshop. It is one of the most successful bike shops at the moment. In the field of data, the bicycle shop mainly worked with Excel. This means that a lot was done manually, every week. Due to the growth of the organisation and the increasing number of processes, the Excel file became increasingly large and unclear. Fietsvoordeelshop asked us to demonstrate with a data pressure cooker of five days that data-driven work could be of added value.
Better service with the help of data
The Municipality of Utrecht collects a lot of data from contact moments with citizens. This includes anonymous visitor behaviour on the website and online applications, but also phone calls to the Customer Contact Center, messages via webcare and physical appointments at the municipal desk.