Working with you to manage your data and deliver actionable insight
At Perception, we help businesses make better decisions. We provide expert business intelligence and visualisation services that help clients optimise their ability to leverage data and turn it into actionable insight.
Working as a collaborative partner, we see the big picture, ask the right questions and look for our clients’ underlying business challenges. Then we deliver solutions that lay the foundation for a tangible competitive advantage. When you need business intelligence consulting and data warehousing services that will elevate your business, Perception is the clear choice. We recognise that each organisation is unique and on their own journey. We start by assessing your needs and through conversations we establish where we can provide assistence.
Below are just two examples of how you can engage us for Consulting and Development Services. Our approach is a flexible one. We would love to talk to you and work out what will suit you and your business.
Proof of Concept (POC)
A POC enables us to understand your requirements, work with your data and deliver a prototype back to the business. It enables requirements to be formulated and validated and is often a first step in terms of conceptualising a larger scale roll-out. We find POCs allow our clients to achieve ‘quick wins’ and can often communicate effectively to the business what a comprehensive analytics solution can offer a business in terms of adding value. It is often achieved using static data but will provide a solid foundation which full-scale developments can then build upon.
Minimum Viable Product (MVP)
The development of an MVP requires an understanding of all the business requirements and goals. The result will be a functioning system which can be deployed across your organisation. Requirements will be documented, catalogued, prioritised and scheduled accordingly. To expedite the process of getting tangible results into the hands of the stakeholders, some requirements will be put into a backlog to be developed at a later stage. The goal in this scenario is to have a solution in the fastest time possible, with maximum functionality, within a given timeframe.