Analysis of Value
Identify opportunities and risks. Gain insight to formulate strategy and tactics.
Explore your intuitions and acquire the evidence required to prepare credible plans.
Identify the best prospects to focus your resources for the greatest return on investment.
Have you data cleaned and reshaped to suit your business or programme. Identify the metrics you need to direct your resources and govern your processes.
What is your project really worth? Understand the value you're getting for your money and how to improve cost-effectiveness.
Although the questions may be simple, the topic is often complicated. Apply tested research and design methods to make sense of the situation and plot a course forward.
You would do this yourself but you haven't got the tools or don't know where to look for the information you need. You can save time with a suite of analytical methods and vast catalogue of data.
For small pieces of work where you don't want to recruit a dedicated analyst internally or find the funds for a global consulting firm.
You need an analysis of data that changes. The solution only needs to be written once then repeated by machine saving time and money.