Sun Tzu, in his book ‘The Art of War’, succinctly explains the importance of opportunities: "Opportunities multiply, as they are seized". While perfectly describing warfare, this phrase establishes the exponential relationship between the three fundamental cogs of human enterprise - correlation, analysis and result. Early hunters associated certain territories with greater availability of food and civilisations linked their future to obligatory factors, both prompting a feedback mechanism to minimize erratic intrusions in their longevity. Our association with data, analysis and strategy has been established and hardwired much prior to the advent of technology. Today, we decipher and scrutinize every bit and byte, their associativity with analysis propelled through appropriate and precise technology. With time, deployment of tools which collect data, help in seamless analysis and establish profitable conclusions have certainly evolved and will always continue to.
Nikola Tesla famously said: “The spread of civilisation may be likened to a fire; first, a feeble spark, next a flickering flame, then a mighty blaze, ever increasing in speed and power.” Information systems and technologies will, likewise, catalyze businesses, a cause to which I aim to be a consistent and significant contributor.
Data palate is a concise showcase of my work and a reference to various modules to learn, adapt and implement analytics.