Want to make better and faster business decisions with a solid data strategy?

Learn how to write a compelling data strategy and successfully apply your data
At Data Agility we define a data strategy as your target state for managing and applying your data. It gives you a vision, principles, your target state that you want to achieve, and it tells you how you’re going to get there.
Your strategy also defines how your data will play a role in helping your business achieve its objectives.
In this ebook, we will talk about:
  • Understanding why you need a data strategy and what you need to develop one
  • What are the causes of the pain points, and how will they impact your business
  • Seven mistakes organisations make when developing a data strategy
  • Five key elements of a successful data strategy
  • Developing and implementing a successful data strategy
Data Strategy Ebook

What Our Clients Say About Our Services

“EPA’s data systems were dispersed and difficult to manage, solutions that had evolved over many years, with a lack of consistent approach to development and on-going management had led to a fragmented solution which struggled to meet business needs. We weren’t able to use our systems to make the best use of the data we were collecting and were unable to utilise new data sources.“

Chris Moon, Information Techonology
Chief Information Officer, EPA

“Without an information management strategy, we couldn’t collect the right data, in the right format, at the right time. Data Agility helped us build that strategy, giving us reliable data to continually improve our services to our clients and to advocate for a fairer justice system.“

Peter Noble, Victoria Legal Aid
Acting Managing Director

About the Author

Robert D’Astolto

Head of Data and Analytics

Robert D’Astolto is the Head of Data Analytics at Data Agility. He has a wide range of experience in the Government and Commercial sectors and is passionate about sharing his and his teams’ skills in data and analytics to help his clients manage and apply their data.

If you’d like to speak with Robert feel free to reach out to him via linkedin.com or you can set up a call via his calendar.