You, like most businesses today, collect data — likely a lot of data. Your first challenge may be simply to find data within your enterprise then organize and prepare it for use. Such information is commonly contained in siloed systems, is incomplete, or is unusable when separated from its source software system. These challenges make the data collected difficult to process and organize into the ready-to-use information you need to yield insights. Beyond aggregation, visualization of your enterprise information enables you to understand what is happening within your business and assets.
Our organization has been designing, building and optimizing infrastructure for more than 100 years. We understand the assets that generate your operational data, as well as the necessary digital control systems, IoT sensors, IT data and core business systems. We understand the unique challenges that come with operational data, specifically time-series data. That type of data requires unique management, systems and techniques. We also know how to navigate the technological and business hurdles associated with these differing data types. This deep domain experience — paired alongside big data management, data science and advisory consulting — yields clarity and balance for your data journey.
Regardless of where you are in your journey to a data-driven organization, we can work with you to accelerate ideation, planning, technology selection and deployment to transform your data into actionable insights that give you a competitive advantage. Our industry-informed data strategies help you navigate complexity, minimize risk and identify growth opportunities.
Investing in smart manufacturing is crucial for maintaining a competitive edge in many industries. Such practices allow organizations to uncover deeper insights into production efficiency, equipment reliability, and asset performance and health over time. Pursuing a complete digital transformation is key to getting there.
When properly managed, data is a valuable asset that drives informed decision-making throughout your organization. Understanding the data life cycle and implementing effective data maintenance are essential to accessing the high-quality data you need, when you need it.
A world in which airline passengers can walk through security checkpoints and board flights using only their faces as identification may be closer than some might think. Biometric identification systems not only improve airport security by verifying passenger identities, but also make seamless passenger journeys possible by bringing exponential improvements to the travel experience.