Strong positive in business intelligence
Deloitte earns Gartner’s highest rating
Deloitte Analytics does more than just help clients capture, manage, and analyze their data. Through advanced analytics capability and deep industry experience, Deloitte’s network of member firms maximize the value of data for their clients, turning everyday information into useful and actionable insights to inform decision making. They reach across all industries and domains, delivering results from the inside out. This is not going without notice.
Gartner again recognizes Deloitte as a leader in analytics, this time with their highest possible rating of strong positive in their MarketScope for Business Intelligence and Information Management Services in North America and their MarketScope for Business Intelligence and Information Management Services in Western Europe.
According to Gartner, “Strong Positive is viewed as a provider of strategic products, services, or solutions. Customers continue with planned investments and potential customers consider this vendor a strong choice for strategic investments”.
Receiving such accolades from an independent, well-respected research body like Gartner boosts Deloitte’s position in the marketplace. But even better is the understanding that in order for an analytics solution to be successful, Deloitte practitioners must deliver strategic insights that give decision makers the information they need to act. Deloitte analytics professionals are uncovering nuggets that help clients achieve greater profitability and outperform their peers.
Read the announcement on Kennedy's most recent rating and explore the links below to learn more about what Deloitte is doing in analytics.
|Deloitte Analytics in Harvard Business Review: Know What your customers want before they do
Deloitte Analytics Institute leader John Lucker and Deloitte Analytics Senior Advisor Tom Davenport demonstrate how retailers can hone their "next best offer" (NBO) capability by breaking the problem down into four steps: defining objectives; gathering data about your customers, your products, and the purchase context; analyzing and executing; and learning and evolving.
|Workforce reporting and analytics: The three-minute guide
Take three minutes to see how workforce analytics is capable of delivering deeper insights that can pave the way to more effective decision making.
|Analytics in banking: Taking a fresh look at your challenges
Banks need more in depth information to answer these and identify additional questions to effectively manage risk and drive risk-adjusted performance. Leveraging business analytics may help turn data into information that can provide these answers.
|Forward focus: Analytics – turning data into dollars
Finding the small changes that add up to that big difference is the goal and the result of the proper use of analytics.
|Crunchy questions for sticky issues: Using anlaytics to outsmart competitors
Are you prepared to see analytics in all its grubby, geeky, potentially revolutionary glory? Start asking “crunchy questions” to tackle your most “sticky” business issues and get answers you can trust with our new book.
|Deloitte Analytics Case Studies
Browse our recent client engagements by industry or service, and you’ll find the work of thorough, knowledgeable and collaborative professionals determined to help you solve your business challenges and create value.