This summer, SEI celebrated our 25th anniversary and in a few short weeks, I will celebrate my 10th anniversary as an SEI consultant. As I look back on my last decade and SEI’s first quarter century as a company, I’m struck by how things have changed and, more importantly, how much they have stayed the same.
In a previous blog, Storytelling with Data, my colleague offered some great tips on keeping a presentation focused on the data. Unfortunately, the data doesn’t always seem to tell a coherent story. Maybe the principal developer is gone, the documentation is stale, or perhaps the subject matter experts each have their own swirling interpretations of the content. What now? Analytical opportunity is knocking and it’s time for data discovery! There are challenges with any data discovery initiative, however. To help you overcome these challenges and improve your analytical skills, I offer several tips to help you through the data discovery process.
As-a-Service (aaS) models provide the ability to purchase a solution tailored to your needs rather than developing a custom capability in-house. SEI has built its business model with a focus on aaS through a foundation of experienced consultants.