Jinfo BlogResearch update - are you ready for data analytics?

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By Robin Neidorf

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Ensure you're a key part of the emerging data analytics evolution, get the top 3 insights and actions from our analytics Research Focus.


Welcome to 2018!

We start the year with a new Research Focus, "Stake your claim in the success of data analytics", running through March.

Data analytics is an emerging, complex area which many information centres are struggling to navigate.

Your guide is our "Insights and Actions" report, which contains:

  • Our top 3 insights distilled from analysis of our just-published research into data analytics and from our editorial coverage

  • Our recommended next actions for each insight: all practical, and easy to incorporate into your 2018 planning.

Access your copy now »

Sample: Insight 1 - Seize your analytics future

Our first insight is that successful information teams are the ones seizing the future rather than waiting for it to arrive.

Whether your organisation has analytics at the top of its agenda, a dedicated department, or has taken no action at all yet, you'll want to find out more about what this insight means for you and your team and the actions you should take to ensure a positive future. 

Everyone has questions about what their roles will look like in the data-focused future. Get the benefit of our original research, practical tips, real-world examples, and opportunities to discuss with your peers.

Start with your copy of our "Insights and Actions" report to read our 3 insights plus our recommended next actions:

Access your "Insights and Actions" report now »

I'd love to know how you think analytics will impact on your service and what steps you're taking to ensure you're part of the conversation.


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