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Data Sources – Single Source of Truth

October 1, 2020

by Jason Williams, Delivery Lead – Altis Canberra Organisations aim to create insights in an efficient way, however, most face problems with data coming from disparate sources or from inadequate access to data. For best results, we need to aim to ensure that all users have access to the same data, to make accurate and

Data-Driven Decision Making

September 16, 2020

by Jason Williams, Delivery Lead – Altis Canberra Data and analytics have become extremely popular in the last few months and for good reason. Being able to embrace Business Intelligence (BI) and having the ability to leverage insights, it’s now possible to make informed decisions. By having the right BI tools implemented and understanding how

Some exciting announcements in the AWS Data and Analytics space ahead of re:Invent

November 29, 2019

Guillaume Jaudouin, AWS Practice Lead – Altis Sydney In the few weeks leading up to AWS re:Invent, there have been a few important service enhancements announced in the data & analytics space. Here is your quick guide to the recent AWS announcements. Two AWS Redshift announcement to start with:   Amazon Redshift Automatic Table Sort

What is Power BI DIAD and How can it Benefit your Organisation?

September 10, 2019

Ian Stuart, Principal Consultant – Altis UK Microsoft’s Power BI Dashboard In A Day workshop has been developed over the past three years as a free event for those interested in exploring Power BI or furthering their Power BI knowledge.  It is aimed at those with some reporting expertise and prior knowledge of Power BI

Choosing the RIGHT internship for you!

August 27, 2019

So you have been inundated with information about upcoming internships and graduate positions, now it’s time to make the choice. Here are a few tips when looking to apply for the right internship for you: BE PREPARED. Most intern applications require current transcripts and an up to date resume. Make sure you include information that

“Soft Skills” vs “Technical” problem solving. Whats the difference?

October 12, 2018

Neil Sparrow, Managing Consultant, Altis London When I started my career as a technical guy I firmly believed that “problem solving” in the realms of “technical” i.e implementing a specific system vs  “soft skills” such as business analysis were worlds apart. Over the last decade, working in mixed projects covering both aspects, I have changed my