Top 10 Blog Posts In 2019 Written by Our Altis Community
By Mik Panchal, Managing Consultant – Altis Sydney
As we welcome 2020, we want to take the time to celebrate our top stories from 2019 and thank our Altis community for the great content. Here are some of our success stories & how we have helped our customers achieve tangible business outcomes.
In this blog, Mythili Baker shares how we utilised both Machine Learning and text interrogation to see what the data could tell us for our client who is a large distributor of gas and electricity.
Samuel Riggs discussed how DataOps can impact your Data and Analytics project and how it compares to DevOps.
Are you implementing an Analytics solution using Azure and Power BI? In this blog, Mik Panchal shares our recent success story using Microsoft Cloud infrastructure. The post will walk you through the benefits of using our Azure Framework and Power BI to provide robust self-service capabilities to Business.
Margaret Chan our GCP Practice Lead in New Zealand shares her experience in passing the exam and some of the lessons learned. A valuable blog if you are looking to sit the exam and need helpful tips.
Guillaume Jaudouin, our AWS practice lead shares some key service enhancements announcements in the Data and Analytics space ahead of AWS re:Invent.
In this post, Ian Stuart discusses the recent DIAD workshop we delivered through our partnership with Microsoft.
In this blog, Peter Hopwood answers five questions while being interviewed on a sailboard at sunset in Jericoacoara, Brazil. Peter shares his experience in setting up the Altis UK office and his thoughts around the future of data and analytics.
We aren’t all work and no play, Altis gives back to the community by sponsoring local sports clubs. In this blog, Ian Stuart shares our sponsorship of a local paragliding club and the impact it’s had on the members.
In this blog, Andrew Bilsdon shares a conversation between himself and another colleague who was a professional chef; sharing the lessons learnt from his experience in the hospitality industry and how we can apply this to our Data and Analytics projects.
When the solution isn’t built-in the tool, rather than compromise we looked outside the box. In this blog, Phoebe Parker talks about how we customised the axis on a line graph in Power BI to ensure we delivered insight using the ideal visualisation.
As we look back to 2019, we also look forward to 2020 and sharing more industry knowledge and experience to you and the wider community. If you like to hear more about the stories above connect with us.