We combine a diverse, master team all dedicated to harnessing data to power possibilities for individuals, organisations and society. See how below.
The top five retail categories at Christmas
Leverage our Q.Segments to talk to your most important shoppers at Christmas!
For a customer-centric business, you need data in the boardroom
Decisions based purely on collective experience and gut instincts just don’t cut it any more.
Make 2019 the year for promotional effectiveness
Take the challenge to leave last year’s promotional plan behind and move to fewer, better promotions with predictive modelling
Seven steps to data transformation
Our CEO Adam Driussi has shared seven simple steps to set you on your way to a successful data transformation.
Breaking the range paradigm
Discover the benefits of bringing together range and space decisions with our range expert Jennifer Dimić
Door open for Australian banks to learn from UK experience
Open Banking represents a significant opportunity for Australian banks, read our Co-Founder and Executive Director Greg Schneider’s insights on how to navigate these changes successfully.
EOFY deals put high affluence Crowds in a spin
Our Q.Segments highlight that high affluence Crowds get in a spin over sales in household appliances and younger groups are also keen to hoover up deals.
The data revolution that puts consumers in charge
The winners of the global open data revolution will be forward-thinking companies and their empowered customers.
Data scientists have earned their seat at the table
Data scientists have earned their seat at the table. Victor Bajanov, our Product Analytics Executive writes about the future of data science and AI.
Data Mapping in the fight against sex trafficking
We have made a conscious decision to use our technology, skills, and capabilities to support My Choices Foundation in a meaningful way.
Australia needs to change its mindset to compete in the industries of the future
Allow Australia to participate fully in the global data and AI revolution, or risk becoming an ‘also ran’.