Quality Data - Whitepaper by Lee Warren, Director at SWBI -

  • 28 February 2017 |
  • Published in News

It is estimated that by 2020 there will be nearly as many digital bits in the world as there are stars in the universe, some 44 trillion gigabytes! Therefore, is it any wonder why C-level executives are hungry to harness the power of business intelligence (BI) to make sense of their companies’ data and gain a competitive advantage? Lee Warren makes the case for good data visualisation.


Delivering a 360 view for a Global Publishing Company

Parragon Books Ltd., an International publishing company had grown rapidly. With a design team in the UK, Print & Production in China and regional sales offices globally, getting an accurate, up to date view of their sales, stock and distribution channels was critical. This combined with point of sale data allowed for a dynamic stock management system.

Furthermore, there was a strategic and operational need to access management reporting; this would enable informed decision making regarding the profitability of publications and determining the most effective distribution channels.


Delivering license free data for a charity

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls.

The charity needed a solution to deliver data from the field, back to the field. As an international NGO, it collects massive amounts of data from all around the world, in some cases having more information about a country that its own government.


Providing Business Intelligence for Daptiv and Changepoint customers

Our Client CQC Solutions provide Project Portfolio Management and Business Process Management consultancy to a wide range of businesses.

They are experts in leading programme and project management tools such as, Daptiv PPM,

Changepoint PPM, CA-PPM (Clarity PPM & RAD), IT-ROI and MS Project and

offer a full range of project management office services Out-of-the-Box.


Staying in the game (creating sporting opportunities for boys and girls)

  • 15 September 2017 |
  • Published in News

South West Business Intelligence (SWBI) are partnering with the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA) in Wales and South West of England to create sporting opportunities for boys and girls aged 7-18. Through sponsorship of events such as St Joseph’s Swansea’s trip to Croke Park we jointly hope to play our part in retaining young people’s participation in sport. The Challenge: To provide access to safe playing environments with qualified coaches for young people throughout the South West and the retention of boys and girls in sport through adolescence into adulthood.


Providing On-line Training & Support for our Customers

Many Customers are new to Cognos. Generic report templates are provided by vendors but most customers wish to learn how to be self-sufficient in editing & creating their own reports specific to their company. Hiring in experts to create & edit reports can be expensive and not always necessary as a solid understanding of the business is normally more valuable than pure technical ability.


Digital Trends Seminar 2018 - Optix Solutions Annual Seminar.

  • 29 January 2018 |
  • Published in News

Optix Solutions Annual Seminar

With the digital landscape changing on a daily basis, it's imperative to keep up to date with trends - past and present. Held at the beautiful Exeter Golf and Country Club, this event is for those of you who want to know what to expect in the near future and to ensure you’ve not missed out on any of the changes in the last year or so. At the very least you’ll come away with loads of ideas to take back into your business and start implementing. Get involved with one of our business partners. 

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