Speed in today’s business environment is critical and making the right decisions using data is important. The amount of data in our world has been exploding, and analysing large data sets (big data) with speed is key to competing effectively. Leveraging new and emerging technology has the benefit of not having to spend months focused on data collection, management and analysis.
New and emerging technology helps you to create competitive advantage by harnessing the wealth of data you already have. It is the data that is possibly held in vast quantities, across a number of unrelated systems, installed in response to previous technology transformation drives to meet consumer needs and demands.
At 6point6, we use new and emerging technology and provide frameworks and tools that generate the target analytical operating model for your business in weeks, setting the roadmap and direction to embed analytics, AI and Machine Learning a strategic imperative. By using the right technology at the right time in the right way, you can start making a notable impact on your business.
The promise of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is realised through a collaboration between human and machine, creating an enhanced, collaborative, problem solving environment.
If 2020 turns out to be half as compelling as 2019, then we're in for a good one. What better way to start the new year than to take a brief glimpse back at the one just gone, and to remind ourselves of all the insights, predictions and theories we shared throughout 2019.
On 11th September we unveiled our Artificial Intelligence: Hype vs Reality report. The event, took a deep dive into the findings of the report and the learnings that can be applied across enterprise when it comes to scaling AI adoption. For those who were unable to join us, here is a quick recap and we hope to see you at future events.
In partnership with YouGov, we commissioned a short survey of over 1,000 senior decision makers, including owners, partners, chairpersons and non-executive directors, working across the public and private sectors. The focus of the study is to lift the veil on boards’ attitudes towards Artificial Intelligence and understand the reality of adoption and awareness at executive level.